Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/00669
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: July 27, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00669
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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Toadstool Kill Four People. fact be known that there la fever In
: ANESE ENVOYS Philadelphia Pa., July .% ;.-Toad- I I AUTHORITIES AREFIGHflNG a city than to hide It. SWEDEN SENDS ITS!

stools mixed with mushroom, and -

J ARRIVE IN GOTHAM eaten at a birthday party, ha caused EVER Fever on Board Steamer. TERMS
the death of four of the six membersof Fort Morgan Ala.. July 26.-The TO NORWAYWhat

r,,&, I the family of Joseph Fran tor. a ;r steamer Columbl., which arrived here
farmer who resided near 'LaD d Inllleo: Sunday wa found to hare suspiciousfever
--t'm'Komnra. Awaits Pleasure N. J. The dead are Joseph Pranxer New Orleans Official Trying To on board and the crew was Uototed. They Expect In Ca,8 QtaJDissolntion

President Roosevelt. his wife and two daughter At a birth. Since that time four cases of
j/Of Subdue Yellow Jack.
: day dinner !In honor of one of the yellow fever have. developed. No death .

-if/: young girls mushroom was one of the -- have occurred. t

RAM IS NOT 'YET ARRANGED dishes nerved and fungi were ,gotten 8TRICT SANITATION IS, URGED The ateamer and entire crew, including &PCCIAL COMMITTEE REPaa"k

from nearby wood The mother. supposing the sick are now at Ship Island

7 Party Wa Met by Japanese CIUIs. they were mushrooms, added New Quarantines An Being Put on, quarantine station 60 miles at a... Committee Regards iln Afbtt4' -1"
., off Gotham and Wa Given a them to the mushroom taken from
Fruit Vessel May Bo Forced to Between the Two ',
their farm. Quarantine Officer Put Off
own. Train.
Trig R.c.ption-AII of the For-
F TAFT PARTY IN JAPAN. Seek New Port of ,Entry-New., ..JCasnvllleTemw.JuJy, Decatur ., tries as the Proper Thing--.<.1J ,, n t

ira*Are. Enjoying Good Health.ft From Other Point on Situation. Ala, dispatch says that last night tee Recommendation
American Given a Royal Welcome! by Quarantine Officer Lem Jones was
rlTork. 24 Itaron Koraura.kpaaeae .
-plenipotentiary. Mikado' People. New Orleans: July 2 peace
train Chlcarvthe Yokohama July 2G.-Secretary of of deaths from yellow fever at Leighton west of here, by Con.ductor committee appointed b> T
I.-on the fast from -
% War Taft and party received a demon- were received at the board of health Payne. The conductor claimedto to deal with the crisis w.:,
today. tratlve welcome to Japan the principal today fn loda>'. mall wa sent outa be acting under Instructions of the the revolution in Xur a.-
building, street and wharves of circular to superintendent ered Its report.
the Jersey City station to greet ; every physician: In thw of the road. Jones arrived
were about 40 Japanese me-r- this city aud the shipping In the harbor city urging the prompt repaH of all here this morning paying his The committee tleclaiv-i

xE There was no demonstration being gaily decorated. A noisy cases of fever, typhoid malarial, yellow transportation.{ niewett Wallace, that the gtiverumpnt h..

>City but when the ferryboat display of daylight fireworks along the and otherwU bo that the.aPPt.'ar. who has charge of the state quaran adopted In the form luI n

.4 the lot of Twentythirdy trett* fronting the harbor anounced ance of new foci may be Immediately tine forces here, received orders from prevented! to the: riK.'dai. ,.'
the arrival of the steamship :Manchu establlahed.crrensed and watched. the Southern this morning giving all that the riksdag shall nuIngnesw '

ria at the quarantine grounds a* 1 The doctors are also asked to surrender quarantine officers the right to ride oia to lugoilate wi: :. \
o'clock thin mornIg and continued until Individual opinions they may all trafna.a a au.ioutlon! of the union
the v"utli| was docked. have and to co-operate with the state ly elected storthing n-fj't.

;r loyd C. Oriftconi, the American mln- aud federal authorities In as rigid a PASSENGER RATE WAR ON. of the act of union and a

Y liter the attaches of the I legation and application as poalable of the general ot the union or if such : .

Consul General II. II. Miller of New .('n%>alng of houses and cisterns and The Price of a Ticket from New Yorkto calved from Norway afro i
Ohwar.g. together with representative the prosecution of sanitary' measures Chicago Is Reduced. glan people by a i 1,1t-:,|I. ,

j of the Japanese linoprial houHehold. Meantime the city board of health U :\,work, July 26.-Railroad official clarej !In favor of a Ui. -..,

foreign officer, war department and today making up a careful record for here express considerable concern rtnfun.
tho Asiatic moiety then board the the stain board of all cases of sickness over the passenger rate war The committee rtcotvtifc'ie '
Manchuria and and which 1 event uf a dli*olu'lt:. ,'
extended formal greeting of the deaths since the fever now In progress between
** to Secretary Taft and Miss Hoouevelt. appeared.Subscriptions. ('blcag -:..iew York lines. Sweden should Insist. on ,

who held an Infot"mart"ct'ptlon\ are being; taken to a H -v..ra| of the roads already have terms: .
upon the deck The party wan then fund of 9100.000 for the maintenanceof put into effect a rate of $1G for first- First the, e tubllhm. .'
driven to the railroad ntatlon through a detention hospital. Sanitation I lathe class faro from Chicago to New York.. each *ld.. of the front. ,

the crowded l streets and boarding a French market quarter where th a One of the longer routes charging the kingdoms within& w..a ; .

special train departed for ToUo at 10 llsoano Incubated continue That section $H. and further reductions ar. tareaiened. log fortification:: tilu.a; :I ,i.,

... m., amid the cheers of the assembled Is pow probably in a more cleanly The trouble originated In demands new fortifications may 1110'
multitude condition than It has been at anytime made by the Michigan Central. Second the right of 1'-t
Upon the arrival at Toklo. 8ecr >- wince the war. The more rigid! for a differential. The demand vtaa deer belonging to S"*
I tury Taft and his personal staff were r. gitlatlons which are to Uv put Into considered by three arbitration commissioners In :Oortbur'a>'.

r + taken to Shlba. where a detached Pla l' I 1 t Sect to prevent further 'introductionof a short time ago and wad Third. that the tranwlt '

}y BARON, KOMURA. lee woe provided 1 for their uccommoJ dlMeaev and by Increasing the period allowed with certain limitations. The both countries shall fit- 10.

>re>et, (his city a hundred, or more datlon J altar. UooMevelt. accompanied of detention of ships from Central Brie and the Grand Truuk. however, unjustifiable obstruction
.MlnUtor flrlscom to the American le- American declined to accept the arbitration Fourth that the Mam -
pane** greeted the !Imum and bislKe ports and the Indies as
With cheers, while a blend played Katlon. The voyage was uneventfulapd threatens temporarily: to drive the fruit final. The two, roads insisted that In respect to foreign l P J" .

Mi;;'Japanese national airTba the party arrived wvll. trade to Mobile aalveston. Pensaco- the Michigan Central had no right to llshed by the treaty xh.ideAned

| baron with Consul Ueneral I la and other port*. The fruit compa. claim differential on through business so that S-d'n I -> ,

Mild. a. and two of his "'lIlt'. entered QUIET DAY AT SAOAMORE HILL. nle are now connIderfD: a change of In which the New York Central shared pletely freed from r"'I"1" i i

Ijearriage, and were driven'to the .. entry fearing that their fruit v The Erie La the streets declare that Norway to other Matt-*,

Paldorf-A torla hotel IIV. l>,.-nDO. I. No Official Visitor Received by President spoil If subjected to the Increased detention they would not object to allowing a The commltt-.* also| rear: !- .
tratlon convention l IU'I"- ..r i, .
Roovlt. th.lIchlgan Central
an American who I.! apace on
f4ithe Japanese foreign office. and 1 Order Uj&). U. I.. July 2tt.'-Thl* waa Nejf. quarantlne are being put on. Its own lines, but beyond that point and Norway an deilralti, ,t 'j .-,
to,ha been In Japan for 33 years I UMil one of the quietest' week day the errs but a number of town still rt'fus.to they will concede nothing As a result doe not con"Itlt'r It an .'--. ,. ,.

the party. Mr. Innt on says lilenth\* had alnce his arrival at Sea put up the bars. of the arbitrators, the Michigan dttlon for thee dissolution sal, 'n

>'. haa. no official capacity with the amore HIM for the aumnier The piney woods section of St Tan Central pet In a differential rate of The committee further pru.
Comparatively little executive many has refused $18 flrst-eiass p..t'ngcntareo authorize: the anverm..nt '0.e ,
*ne*> delegation. The party was niet best to quarantine, and from Chicago -
('Philadelphia by *\anal GeneralfcAloa. IIP-H. war brought to his .attention has extended a general Invitation to to New York. The reduction was loan of $2304)0.000 which ,'.> *

Minister Takablra remainedkvthl I nil no official 1 visitors at all were received. New Orleans people to come there. promptly met by three other lines, and I resolution of the rikocUg '), .,

city Mr Be.to, who U theIrief : Although Secretary Root I Is It Is Intimated a first-class rate of flu available for such rea
of ataff.'' said to an Aorlte| not In Washington, the affairs of theippMrtiuent Twelve Cases; Eight Death may soon be given arrangements as may be IH-O '
fa of state are now under hi* "'&Ahln by the new conditions -
representative that there was no < roffram prepared for the baron an! ilr.M-tion and all matter relating to ( here today from BurgeonM4te. Price of Cotton Goes Upward. Regarding eventual n.'JP "'a
i*did not know what would be dune that tlfpartmi-t! are being referred byth of the public! health and :Marine hospital New Orleans July 2<.-The cotton with Norway the comltt.. ''I'' a-+-
Mm- to .. pre"lil day day until he had metRalater who I III stationed at New market recorded" new high level! of .
Takahlra. Mr. Sato Mid) ItjVttld -nt for the formal receptionof Orleans and who. under IDlltnlfOUon"of price for the eaon at noon ,the ac the welfare and dignity or0.: ..

not be necessary for any of the the ltu4lan.and Japanese peace enoy the ar.tlr.c *.rgeon general I* engaged tier positions being 17 to 20 points a condition of the repai of 'h! .

aty :to go to, "'''''hin.to&. since theraldnt \ ", Wht-n'the detail of these ..r.rlUIIt..uu'nh In an ',,"ort to deetermlne the i iy higher than ,..8Cprd.,'. finals. When nnlon on the part of Sweden a.

U at O)..ter Hay. and theyWMld shall have worked out b ..*.rt condition with regard to >elowfever October sold at 11.25. an advanceof lS recognition of Norway must >*
await the the .tl\h' department la nntJCtlonwllh In that and adhered to with rigor, an
' president' pleasure city says the city author points; December at 11.20.: an advance
ft to their plan*. the nary department they will b* 1 ities concede 12 cases and eight deaths of 20 points and January at 11.t: :. an : mlnation.

1 JTflb* baron will rent" a few days,*. roiiimunlcated to the president for bin I but he add that there probably are advance of 17 point Had crop reports .-. -' -.

aid Mr. Sato. "hi journey havingM approval. I many more cases. Those so far oil i and news of large areas of aban Pavwllngs Trial Continue

n quit an extended one lie I InI The president practically baa finished served are of a virulent type. Surgeon Booed land because ...* overflowed val.leys Valdosta, Ga.. July ;r.T' .
good health but need a little. ret the preparation of the address** "'..dln. stationed at :Memphis, who were the principal causes, together Jesse and I..-onard lUwhnc*
Har traveling *o far. We have Ira r- he reV toC't.. to deliver at ".lIk..ban",. rendered signal service during the epldemlc with the assurance that Manchester Jointly with Milton Ilaw,.in*

led every day rinse we landed In this and CltautaiKiua:: N 1'.. on the lOth .t Ocean Spring. In 1R9T. h..: was again !In the market and that murder of Willie and ("a

MO' ,. arriving In cities early In thfay and itch of Aututa respectivety.Husband entered on a careful investigationconditions of: prices of good had been raised at Kail ha* begun In the superior '

and getting ottt In the evening.V alone the gulf coast from River excitement: was careens about The two boy were acct:> :i
topped nut longer than six l hoists at Gets Wlf'. Fortune. Mobile to Pas Chrlstta. Ml..... and I' the ring aDd the outside public became their mother and sisters a..

y pUce" Chlr "... July :.; -'-.\ dispatch to th* passed Assistant Hurgr>on Young ha. heavily Interested during the morning the rooming at the r'"gnt-+ '
':': The party has been traveling for 17 Tribute from San .tnrarUco c.l., been ordered from Chicago to Jackon I hours. (:\>oper their father war

ay*. says tit Jitdtce S* ,rp. .t l.akefsor" Mis*., to confer with the stint!tr. the jail to b-n with. then;

eCotton Broker Commit Suicide. )e.terte handed. due n a ilrvUUm glvliHC slppl 1 hlth authorities reUtlw .Iii Looking for WouJd-Be. Aaln' Cooper moved that ror
the enUrt* ford _ta Nv train Inspection jurors who were r..uI4') '. a
Mow York, July ?G. otto IWruhelm Constantinople, July 2C.-The comnlsslon .
L to MMu H <:orc.nr -. hu*, the term be allowed t'> tdlqualined. -
4a member of llerthelnter 4V&1.I which has been Inquiring lathe
E h+nU of the late :Mm, >*!..,d thtreencewaa No Yellow Judge Mttct-
button bri Fever In Motile.Mobile. .
>k 'u of this city and reKS4 attempt on the life of tb*" Sultan
Jo be "rtthv! committed salHe a conductor on a street. car nd : / Alamo, June :...-l>r- RugeneWasdin. Friday. last U. believed to have obtained the attorney that the r-.
) iuday In hb, apartments at the Ala a handsome fir*, nest polf.umanner e t1 surgeon of the Marine Hospital Information Indicating that It wa would be passed upon u
141 8 t..UH'rnh.lm.... was found atlas won the rich but eccvntr'c *ervlce. desalted by the government a TurkUh plot but as thU would 0.'. were failed.
Fte* In front of a full length mirror Moyd.! She was U year tilde! to make an inspection( of the er b* admitted even If proved ,
theanthorttlM Young Hero Lose H aNIw k ;;
S4 dying from a bullet wound In theMaple. than he. but despite family oppositionhe coast cltle. arrived In Mobile! !au are Industriously '
creating York. July t* --" *
lie lefi no npUnatlon ofIs married hint and a year later .h. night and made an Inspection of tbi the .mpre .1on thmt the bomb
01Jt. his mother and sister *
act aad hi dirt, leaving him all h..r.ral" excvpt condition at Mobile lie had .
two bnHbere ray that a fur rate was the work of European .
the botiM where she lived, anarrhlst score of others weer f
aad very reason In wits to ltvtar r' The wit! tAer Inspection this morning and sun. *.
ft a* they .U.... iwrnbelmer ...* I waa contested: by near .!.th.* on the .-d cmphatlcaUy to the AjtaocUted - great peril from firNa *
K> of ..
ground of the years ; today
I }tears ofAut ap.t I testator competency.Two Press corrpontlrnl that Mobile b"sothlnL' ad Ar+.e..tan Sculpt Wires Honor.N life In a burning Brink

.* Kill Many Chtcapo.ns. I -- ______ meaning that terse was. as .>w \ork.: July r .-Th. Arreer{can bars.listf a dotes t*
yellow fever brts .
He will |I"'. [sat Waldo .
5caao..Iu17 1 Children Seen to D..tn.Plttvtoarg. enptor.. Storey a aatlv of whom wete Hebrews. '
today Scranton aad "*rMtU! !pp< can at Doston has b.*
'that ..vn person kU4 a&d t 4ta July ?<.--.A* a result of town tats .rH1Ioua. a atveneibe commU, .(lost bttUdiag wre asleep h
the rroord Bead this yrb the explo.U>n of a gaaallne stow a I I>r. \Vas41n tted that he had ever Vrrnon far a statue of tb* tats air WIHUsa tailed Newman got the .
? llarroart,.
the home of Uv4 Tltu which I* to b* bit returned for hl. nr-
StttoraoinMs today ,
> ta t *leaugo. A&. Harry confidence la Dr, Khett JooJ., oc I
f placed ta th. lobby of the Hofi ter. ||. ..,...| thvnaafety '
ta* yoer la btat'lltde more tevllllio haa surd Meyer Titus, twin, agvd 7 yr I. health o1roC1rf. sad If O ere was Outmost ** -
: 8 'ttt M11w were barest t* cSf'eUaa.4 fire ..U..rlD.mt..n ftrer that cvsvUcmaat sty I says a aipleh: from ilea but he h1ae...tt w >
t- > .aa a *> < wowVi.report tL
'..... tivcotd of ta* t&aU.re setttzuas V Dr. ,Wa4lav.fta dferwurinjg tK* I.set I doa. It' via tote. tl. Br t; *tata. by aa .a...... Ail the ofof
A> rt..1. '
1Iov"" d. two fataUjr.. ; or t* Sad place hiOCWMHSHMIA. cfc* hnej*. eocaeO. T
alusattoa aa >tt 'waa '
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Pepe'. story oft ti. !III.p Vileu .f
Better thank In (act quite well.
Sir 0< 4frr K..llr.
THEIR OWN MEAT Fat round and full of life and mischief.
I dreamed 1 was dead said the painter

r Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim. Before uie I saw a door and agent ..

pIes. No cough no indigestion. uuml-rr of people about It. AM

RaIse and Cure at Less Cost AH on account of 1 drew iie rtT I could distin tiUIi St. CASTO RIA

f' Than Baying Western Goods. IVlor Ity !tl t fc"jwith some other of j

I the: upo. ';t.... '.bey \vertj adtuittlujc thu t II t

'\ pecide a
(THE:. PRODUCTS ARE BETTER I Aa the first after my comluic up approached Children
1i.. for admittance St. Peter e r (

4 Farmers of This S.ctlon Are Be- asked his uauio and then his religion The Kind You Have
"I am a Iloimu Catholic replied the
f omlng Wise and With Cold Storage administered by a mother whose love "
pplrlt. "Co lu tb.-u.nyn' St. IVter. "and '

Facilities Will Show Western Packers was tempered with common sense. sit down in thone seats on the rl ht, i f .. Always Bought

g si Thing or Two In a Few Years. She ,knows that OZOMULSION is band." The next wa a I'resbyterlan.lie \Hretable PreparatiooTor

a fountain of energy for grown-ups, wan admitted ton after the usual

There will be eomethlogdoing in the too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes questions and ordered to alt down on slinlaatingttaeFoodandRciuiaIingu BlYtBowe13cf-
?: raising line In Alachua county plenty of rich blood. For pale feeble the seat opposite the other. Bears theSignature

t06ming. season, If the report. of folk it is the chief nourished at life's My turn came next and as I approached

ir. 'from the various sections ofo0natJ feast. It cure Consumption when Kt. Peter very civilly asked a

ar. to be relied and I me my name. I raid It was Kneller.
upon taken in time. All druggists sell it-
>firmer will no longer be compelled I I bad no sooner said MO than St. Luke. Promotes DigpaHonJCheerfur-; {
and the bottle. Let
$ us
cents f.oo
50 who and Rest.Contains neither
was standing Just by. turned toward ness
his the who
/Ilf grocer, or man of
end youFree me and raid with u great deal Otum.Morphine nor 1'liuua1.
.1" him for meat
enormous. prices Betile by Mall of earnestness, "What' the factions Sir Nor 3*AH C OTIC.
r4:,-'Jie twelve. months following next Sample Godfrey Koeller of England?"* "Tbe

tuber at least. Write letter or postal toOZOMU1.810N very same, sir" Hays I. "at your serv-

Tbi,farmers of Alaohua county more CO. Ice." On this Bt. Luke embraced me .1;..' .L/itfLamr R

fl I Ip In some sections than in oth OS Pine Street. New York* and made a K1'PRt'maoT complimentson .

,1.h!i waking up to their interests. the art we both of o* had followed s.I6IAW. t!!

lr Ire beginning to realize that they In this world Mud entered no' far Into /

,Miee/ their own meats at a great can say frankly that I believe the bill the subject that be seemed! almost to -w.. ; nsz

will stand and In my opinion it's all have forgotten the business for which J'.J..
1- bacon and
. puss cost than baying
foolishness to try to prove it unconstitutional I came thither. At last however be 'Si rsr
Working to that end.
at this time." recollected himself and said: "I bee s Use
Tfcsj introduction of cold In
storage your pardon. Sir God trey. I was so perfect Remedy forConsUpa-

i/0oanty has accomplished'a great North Gainesville N 'tes. much taken up with the pleasure of lion Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea

In educating the farmer. lie has conversing with you. But apropos. Worms.fonvulsionst'evrrish.
After spending week in North
rared that meat placed on cold pray. sir what religion may you be ness and Loss OF SLEEK For Over
Gainesville visiting Mrs. L. B. Long, _
and: afterward properly cured of?" "Why. truly sir" says I. "I am
Dr. W. V;. and wife left for simile
Moosely Fac signature of
M1tOot only better but a greal deal of no religion. "Oh. sir says be.

.r than the meat that Is railed Live Oak to spend a while' Dowling'sPark. "you will be so good then an to go In fZZs *r

and take your seat where you please"Pope. w Thirty Years
butchered In the West sent to >: YORK.EXACT _
Vern George has gone to Jacksonville - .
ilcago, "prepared sent to the South I _
to attend the Massey business
4 sold at about four to six: : profits
College! lie Is a very worthy young Cheerfully Recommended for Rheu
for. It reaches his larder.
man and friends with him success. matism.
\\Tb. farmer is beginning to realize GASTORIAAIML
The Second Advent Christian people O. G. III bee. Danville 111., writes
it he can produce his meat at home, COPY OF WRARPEH.
tuber and bring It to cold storage expect to hold meetings some time during Dec 2, 19Olz "About two years ago I

August Elder Butler will assistin was" laid up for four months with rheumatism ...
t ft mall cost, take It out and cure it, vi N.wace seopaer. vane C"'f
the meetings.M. I tried: Ballard's Snow Liniment -
save from 50 to 75 per cent of the
ridding I is improving his place bottle cured lean
00..& he is compelled to pay. in the ; one me.
I with a new fence. cheerfully recommend U to all suffering -
I and has better meat besides
,gold storage facilities of this city Ur. Mooseley and wife and Mrs. L.B. from like affliction." 25c. floe and

iinodated thousands of pounds Long visited at 1..lnl'olone day 11. Sold by W. M. Johnson.

last week their friends, Mr. and Mrs. -
and the that - --
I Mason, prospects are

ooming\ winter will double that Barron. ORDINANCK.: : .

>unt. From present Indications, at Asthma Sufferers Should Know This.

progress>> the raising of meat is Foley's Honey and Tar has cored An Ordinance to be Entitled "An Ordinance: DIMS.

It will be increaseeapacity frortde to. An Election to Determine
king. necessary to many oases of asthma that were considered to
within the next two Whether or riot ItondH Shall be Imued fur
\ years, homeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues-
the Purpose of Seourtnir ICducatlunal Ad-
(Withstanding. there Is a cold storage
Ing. 701.f'" Third St., Davenport Yanl.II' and Kaollltlen In or Adjacent! to

it at Alachua. Iowa, writes : "A severe cold contracted Said I'ltv." _

AT"... are modern times, and with twelve' years ago was neglected HB IT OKDAIWBU' HT TNt M\TOH AMD CITY

advancement of the meat I CoUMini. or TMB Cirr ur HAIMBMVII.I.B.
,present until It flually grew into asthma. The ,
ANNUAL DIVIDENDS to the ivtlu.
irests and the for the fuIf I KUJHIUA: applied
prospects best medical skill available could not

*, the Western packers need give me more than temporary relief. Section, I-Tb e Maror U hereby directed to
may Uaue Isle proclantatlun callimr a itpeclal ele.- tion of premiums results as follows:
for anything but a distressing de Fole, Honey and Tar was recommended LIon to be hell on the nth day of Au (ut. heft.
and one fifty-cent bottle entirely to decide whether or not the -uanCe of the

ti !e within the-next few years. cured me of asthma which had at bond that, rovhled time, approved for hr Ibis bY L the>rdlDan registered.>e shall: be.TOtcr In 1894 premium i on $3,000 was. . . . . $79.14In I

been growing on me for twelve yearn. .
of auld oil) at such eleo&loD.S..lun
..::1 MR. WALL WAS HERE. If I had taken it at the' start I "would \ a'-The MityoF ...d City Council of 1905 premium reduced to . . . . . . 57.69
} have been saved years af suffering." the City of (;..lne.*llle. In their corporate o..-
Ij paolty. shall Issue bond. 01 said cltv In denomination I
J. W, McCollum A Co.
atchdos of the Treasury Pays G.ln.- ol One Thousand t>>Unnt. and for the
.K vllle Friends a Visit. total amount towlt: Fifty Tnouxantl DuU......
7, 0_... Tree. and to become due and payable a. (011....... to-
wit: Twenty Thousand Uoi'arx' In IO ,..a,.. .
Among the prominent visitors to An orange grove lu full bearing .. from dateof I.auean-+Ifteeb'rbuusantt Del.t.n i

......111. Wednesday "was lion John one of the moat delightful sight the each MU..oee the full amount thereof .nhall have rteen paid
1"". Wall of Putnam Hall, represents eye can wit.... The tree are a beautiful In regular Dumerloal order. Said lx>rnV. to bearIntereot i

IT. to the Legislature from 1'ulnam .bMltO| If left aa nature made payab at the Heuil-annualiy.rate i>f live per..n.1hlO cent Interestand ter *nnura. I

sty, and who has become known them. The limb come nearly' to the principal of aakl hostels shall be pin able at
ground so clue that an uraloccpkker the bank of H K, button A Ct Itougaout the Stale as the \\ .,chot. and ucb ttontt .hall have emrraved to Anu (0.( Of (ancwi(
the Treasury." goes under the tree flat oh his tack tere.teousint ". attached I h.-r..\0. parahte at I
and often otits 100 or ana-en from the the end of perUtil of KX month from the dateof
"*,,.r. Wall it probably the best posted the bond: said bond. *k>all be ennraved under -
tree tteforehe comes out. Oranges art the direction of the M..or.not City Coun-
iprvsentatlve all-round* In the limit tieter picked. but are cut off with .Ilor.aid.Itsand.hall be executed: by the i Writes all forms of policies on the ANNUAL
.'ot During his first Mayor and lre.tdnt of the City founcll. and
Representatives. allearn having a spring between the seal of ass SaM
shall bear the corporate city DIVIDEND It will
.. aa representative from 1'utnam handle. All orange that baa uo stem honda shall be sold. at nut lea than |>AI' and delivered : plan. save you
In amounts the pnx'eed. are needed 1
a investing .
sty, many years ago, he gained a on It In considered a VulP and Is not In PUT for the a'ura.- hereinafter pro.tded money to investigate

Mutation' as an economist which stuck Imtked. by a Ant claM I.ck..r.CASTORIA. ft r. in Life Insurance.
Section :1 The prla'.e to whlc)> the proceed
to, him and "which he continued tolaalfeat ..of the I...IH). iwovldrd for In the p eced
at the session a few mouths Ins' ...*tlon are to applied are the follow Inc.vl I \
aoiuire, build or pure-bane a bulkdliur "
ace eloseti. or riulbllmro for school urpo*e* or utherwla.securerdueationat .
atvantagea and faollltleaIn I
: Mr. Wall Is well pleased with the or ....IJ.eo0 aid eltvrftlon ,
For Infant and Children. J. M. PATTISON W. B. HIGDON
\progress of iainesville, and while he !' I That this Ordinance shall be putvINhrtt ,ii ,
In full In newspaper publLohed In _lot
;woe a great advocate of the famousuakman The Kind You Have Always Bwght city for tblrty day after It. pivota** and approval }
'"n: 1 J}":? HEiElt.tl..tt3EST.
'$ bill, claiming to be thePf and alorur with the imbllcallon of this T. 'I i'
tlnaace there' shun pubUnhed therewith
? founder of the principals upon which Dears the s:: at tbe same \1u,.. In the name Itewtpaper and Florida'
s B1cWitur. of for a i>.rl,.>d of thirty day*. the M.ynr'.r..I. Cincinnati, Ohio Gainesville
declares that h. is
U was drawn gladOatnesvlile ID Alton calling the opeclal. election pri>videtl
secured the University bell fur la .e tlon one of ibis Ordinance
section a The baltot t.. be used at said
oaD' was the most desirable candidate elrctUm nall ha.e trusted thereon the wonla.
d In the contest for several reasons."I Th. Ileac N.vr. ">'..T i.tue: .iI..nal lh,nd..... ...... "" DebbyI.. "
every word In this dicUooAry. eatlonslIiun1s. Such .I..Uoeshallbeeaued
worked for the success of the lIu('...- p- t'erkley-.Ob. rod bed and the return thereof nU boo .an-
no. tnr
v aced a. other cltv .1&Oft.i are uually call-
than bill with all my heart" he said, C'hUd.T'T little while a new word ,f'>t behl and She return thereof .tanawed.i .

4 "because 1 believed it was' a good bill roue Into the Uincuar. IV>bbj- i If the niAjorltT.. of the rule. cat 1".h.at Jid election
.ha.ltie >\>r Educational FaySholesTypewriter
l;; and I yet believe It. It "was throuuh Utuifs the Uttvt wont pT l'wU7-- -uch resod. shad be 1 Iwwied In ....-'oIl.n.:-. with -

J' 110 desire tu abolUh the Fast; Florida Your ma will tell you Sh. always' the Hie term matovltv/ .. and of i'r.s.ta..e.the vote of Oast tht alu tnuinanee.li MMrilonKhali IfI
Seminary or no other :State .ehool.' ex. bas the last wool b.> .\*..ln.t ueatKMitkl: lutmt. then
DO such bo*o,i. >o..;.l I tx kvo,,st.
?t fur the consolidatloit of the eduktlonal -- J r** cd t sty Council July :I, t*&,
L..Na.at..... it K "tlU.X MKIVe :
tntrreiu Florida because I
Neil-.Lore' <1vw in't seem to asr.ewith ..ht City lwac.l.:
ballev.d tin tep w.s necessary, not VlaoA. tu l. At.proved b, nie this JInS July. halt. 3
> thinner tor twenty \\ It. TIIOMAMayo*,,
.ally I to the economy of the. Slate, but pounds tham abeI *vl to be. Ild1.A. .- ACY.\owLElh/al1: :

W the benefit uf the young men and baa loved &UJ kvL ..b71s.
.. women of Florida :>.tirv, of I'.Wtlwn.t'nder : THE BEST
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i>f' la apeaklut of the attempt of certain legacy Is eo, rich as hone.yrak f I, and by virtue of the wirr a.d ... I 0II > 1111: 11 i1, 11 I

parties to .hov the uticonstilu p..'"- tbontv vested In sae. 1 XV KTfconia. *. Wall Ta
t I Of the Cltv of t.aine'.vUl. ftaicWav dw fecret orE us
tlonallty of the Uuckmnn bill. 'sir.s i .rail a yecla, eeutkw W be Mkt I. ..altlltv.ftialne..u.e UNIVERSAL :
Wall Stated that >1'e considered' that The Boss Worm Medicine. o. 'M fth tfar of Au mm
.\ II I**, for tae jKiriimie of d..'idlarf w.. Everv
absurd "I studied that bill (carefully. II 1*, Kumpe, druggist I.oighlou. I or tot tv. l maare ..f tko bawuts pf vtdw 6"1
Ala. write. "One of by \\1....... p....u..e4 ..... .1'. .I.a
'and weighed customers
every I'11'. only my
ry pot at teat use aroroved .Y tb.,e-*\ar>l .
'!7: risking my own judgment but the had a child which wa sick. and threwur t of ..*. .tt. at sash eleetioa. l.i ba"1 hift' I 4htest Running The
Tfce t.>Min place for Ud eleetMs st.a b* ) "
>\ Judgment of learut-d lawyer, and I all food could retain nothitig on its the 'red t tavWrs of Ih.urk!
I N awl hla..r.e.tr.et.
IS .
stomach He t TXo txWAa mtiaiJ des at a o*.k<.el a. 11II sad *.* .
White's Cream Vermifuge and it ,I ekes at *m>Oo.. o* .>id Bat ae the Fay..i I. .e*, Wore Fay-Snole IB
W U lltU. W M. )e is...u amt U A Ilsas.ran. .
brought 119 warms from the child. use thaffany machine -
op .. are Mm 9 .tq.eested haswl.r, sad m f.hID".UJp other
Its tho boa* ""Jrm medicine In lhe., t. x M'1.?rk ta..a1 aqS N..MoaH
world .hlt.'. Cream Verrmtug. lta.+ aV h.sd: aed the anal of **ld City of
CURIS WIRE til CLS FAILS also the children's toclo!! It improve [i.la.es1. VSold.ltW atr..v of Just tae.Assess. .
****, Mayor For Sale
tv M c1' t G.r rse.. c f their digestion aunt aiimiUtio of J.s titrt.tCiuCH.ea .
I Use Is alias. ;, IJ ar.n..ta.If food, strengthen their nervous, system Fla.T

R sad restores them U the health, vigor THE Sum Gainesville .
+ &Ad ....'..11' .., spirits uatarai M ,

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SOUTHERN Some af .konH.r. of THI \...*.
Crowded .*...t. H.F.DUTTON&C <
ELIXIR I To rut. to the mind un easily conjured ,

I pi. lure of New York harbor\ on* -la\I.1-t- I IN_ t
: might make tli<> t'OIUI"rh'n of the upturned I

Begin Constructionof REGULATES THELITER I nrfit, bawl with the long Sea IsL-r: L C
Will Shortly straight forefinger for the lower strvtcb.of : ..c ot or il.
Long Distance STOMACH the lliultioii.vtth the thumli. joint

BOWELS, tunitM out standing for the brut East. Sea Island Cotton Seed, Bag iIl:* and! Tw'ine.atber Wf
WAITING ON POLES rv..r1.1 the palm of the ban ropreseutlnK
Strips or Sides.
ARE upiier New York bay, The

Caused In Arrl- The inventor of the famous "TER three together make up the harbor of
Son? Delay' Has Been and RELL SCRAPE man known wherever New York. Aa Hudson river" alters, Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved Englln

of This Necessary Adjunct sold and used most of the north Atlantic liuers while Sea Island Cotton '
w.1 plows are says : Gin and Supplies for Snme. '
as They are Received Work In port ao doea" East river harbor those ..
+ II Soon "I have need MOZLP:Y'S LF..MO that so to make up the truly foreign GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA U S ",
Will:I Begin.J ELIXIR for IO or IS :yeara in my fleets. Here they are pier after pier of

Goodwin superintendent ofeoll.tr.J f.m1bfor the stomach liter and kid- them-the steamers that go to the far
M aeja.: and end it U the bent medicine 1 "y
Bell Tel- countries.' Mind the roll-llrnill. Argentina
Ct.on of the Soutbern have ever used, It !. alto a cure .pe-
aDd Telegraph Company hastireJ elflo for pain !in the back or under the Chile. Peru west const of Africa ABSTRACT & REALTY
phone'" the'city with his "Rao*" and ahou'1den. I bare recommended It In Australia. India China. Japan! COMPIkl

. .' in day or two. as- soon ai numerous .,a.e* to my workmen when And bark again to the call j< the port.
within. : the next sick: and unable to work. sad It baa always -Rio Janeiro lluenoa Af6J."alpa.<
poles can be secured expect to begin irlven perfect .avlsf/ action. U. O. ralso St. Paul de Loanda. ("nl'. Town I Xa.ocu-pora'eCl.I:

on the lonR-distance line betweenwork TERRELL.. .President" Atlanta Plow Tamatave, Sydney, Sings Iwr'-. Hong- E. E. VOYLE. MG-R.

&hI' ..y.nd Jacksonville. Co. Atlanta.MOZLEY'S tong Yokohama! And the strange Abstracts of Title and full information furnished regarding lands IB tHI
is of the most ex- of their Ilubhor from
Odwin one stuff cargoes
.Mr county Our manager has lived In this county thirty years and
Mfiencfd and roost valued employes LEMON ELIXIR.TO the Amaxou awampa.-.ee the naked Indiana ia thoroughly conversant with land titles ik5E.

the construction department of this tapping the treee and the slimy e

of corporation. He has been for reptllea In the shadowy cote; horn and '

(any teat tears in its employ, workingfrom THE PORTLAND EXPOSITION.Visit tallow taur-like from,..aluel'and the .wpa.-m.rk bin whirling the cen: E f DYZE: ;

and ia regardedwry
the bottom up Colorado and California on the rlata; gold tluftt. Ivory palm oil from FIRE ACCIDENT. BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. Ropi
highly by the management of Way Out and Back. the west" (......t. Dreams for you there! sensing a camber of prominent American and English companiesREAL 7
Bell as a man who knows his elephants ESTATE AND CITY LOANS.
boothrn Palm oil and gold dust and Ivory; y
ba,meM. He has a force of about 30 Greatest variety of attractions to the and Naorlflclal fires and trains Q-ctl..:-n:: .es-xr-d.l3.e s 3 .F'loridrea

pen her now and propoees at the ear- Pacific Coast tourist. You can spend of captive slaves; heuip. tea silks anti -. .- - --- .. . .
some time in tho Rocky Mountains,.
moment to begin operations. smuggled o(1lun1-an(1 do not believe
beet hu been several delays in the .visit Yellowstone Park ."end'tb.. that opium Is not smuggled Into New
Bitter of getting the work started on Portland Exposition sojourn in South York harbor to this day. You think of Gainesville & Gulf Railway Gompan

this lon .di.tanee lire. principal era California return over Southern all that. in.l your Imagination flames. .

which has been the buying c.fhe route by way of El Paso through: New The iEnt lemon In the pilot houses are
jaons not always lu placid inooda. Wild eyed THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE -
riRht-of.way and the securing of Mexico. Or, you can go via Minneapolis
\ right-of-way has been pur- and St. Paul and Northern routein men glut'out from pilot house aloft OF FLORIDA.
join The : like eagles from their eyrie, and pass ,
either Send for Hook
etiied as far as Starke. however and the tlirn flf day. Say one; "Wliere d' +
let for poles. The Island folder and details of summer Time Table in effect I
: contract has been! y' think >''>" 1'''' ico>ug7 Back will your July P. Oi.
delivered before excursion rule. John Sebastian I'ae- 1Mer. -- . -
be back
int poles will not And for other: "Hack? Me --- .
senger: Traffic Manager, Hock Island \\1'No.8.
of the present week
the Utter part Ito I.;"
chin the gang: will at once begin: thesocftruetion. System, Chicugn "You \'**+. you. you atop eyed, stack Daily No. 4. No. I. No. 1. No. 8 LJU <

It is calculated that by mouthed. slime twUte fresh water EKC'C Dally Daily. HTAT10SH. Daily. Dell.6a0Sunday

the time the construction department CHOLERA 1NFANTUM. Boob you Hiiunre headed fatliTlosn"" eta.
-- And so on, detailing Irremediable flaws
peers the right-of-way: already se- Child Not Expected to Live from One lu the 1C'n."IS'| after which both back '

ra red, full arrangements will ha..elIHo Hour to Another But Cured by down and avert the Impending colllslon. I.v A MaLv .Fairfield..10*

made to complete the work to Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and .-JiinicM It. Connolly In llarprr'sMagazine. '7 45 r

Jiektontille: connecting. with the outside Diarrhoea n.\ I I. . . . .. . . . . . . .Ir.ln.......... . . ....... . . . . 8oo ,
world,, Remedy. 'h lIO . . . . . .. . Dun arvan . .. .. ..... ., . 686 ,
Ruth the little daughter of E. N. R h6 . . . . . . . . ...\outh.id.. .. .:. .... '
Ai hat already been stated the Dewey of Agnewvillt, Va., was seriously Th. Diamond Cur. H IU . . .............. Hlckm.n. . ............... ..,. I 6b0" ,
Southern Bell does not do things: half ill of cholera infnntum last The Intent news from Paris Is that A(I lb . . ... ..... .....I..ake Blmoaton... .. .... . . . a..o. ..11p
wtj They use only the best of ma sum have discovered a diamond cure 80 . . ... . . . Mlc.nor . . .. .. .... .. . I 6s0 ;.t
they I
$aria'!., and have a man regularly mer. \.e gave? her up and did not t! 8N .. ..... . _.. .. . . .Tacom. . .......... .. I I 890A :.
expect her to live from one hour to for consumption. If you fear consumption 4.5 . . . . .. . . . . .. Kirkwood. . ... . .. . ... . t. b ld. ,,
employed fur no other duty than to In. another" he say. "I happened to or pneumonia, it will how H GO . . . .. .... .. ... .. J.Ol.tt.. . . . ". a l00"CO "D :
ipwt the poles as they are delivered. think'of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera "\"er. be l.. *l for you U take that great .. . . . .. .. . . % t :. :.. ... . .... . . "alJ.tff}
If there pole do not come up to the remedy mentioned by W. T. Mcie of 15 . . .. .. .. ... . .Rook7 Point. . .. . .. ... . . .
and Diarrhoea; Remedy and got a bottle II 46Ar . . .. . . . 410.11ooLv .;
standard they are refused as they are of it from the store." In five hours Vanleer, IVnn. "I had a cough fur a 3SLv e 10 J ... ....ID-III..... ... r 8 9n lU10Ar goof

paced. (for lasting: purposes. Nothing I saw a change for the npr'f' fourteen y.-ars. Nothing helped me, 1135 640 663 ..... . .. .BeU.m)'. .. . ... $66 I to dilM1i' .

bat copper wire of the best quality is kept on giving it and before' she had uqtil 1 took I.r. King's New Discovery M 7C1 ..............C'rll. .. ... .. fI .80 1" '
teed 3, and allother| appurtenances area fur Consumption Coughs and Cold., n D) 708 7 12 .......... . ..Graham.. .. .. A 82 g 22 18C+l
jroportion. taken the"half of one small bottle she 12 40 7 16 Ar 7 7M . .4.mreon City . . 90 910 1 Ie.I \;
was well This remedy is for sale by which gave instant relief and effecteda 9 W 1O0 . Palatka. U. H. B. .5 II 600 a

WILLEFORD ENTERTAINMENT. all druggists ,.erm.n@ntu..," Unequalled quick :: : : : ....... .. . . . .. :.. . . . : . . : . .. .. ... ::::::a
curt for throat and lung trouble At I . .. . R 4S R 43 ..I.ak.CIt7, 0,8..1" .. '704 P '7.' ...... '
Owe I_srar**! Maser .rt7' .all drug store. ; price 0(.., and tl.luar- .... . . . . a 10 ....T.U.b..., H. A. I.. .. 14" P . . ... ... ... S
let Cream Supper and Tableaux Pre- A certain gentleman the I'fW'I'pu.or anteed. T-".I i "oitl.. free. .... . 11 (<6 11 0n a .;....V.ldoeta. H. ct ,. . 4 fO P Po 1'0 ......:'
tented for Church Benefit. of a cork leg living In one of the Ix>n- .. ........ a M a 4 .0 P. : ... .Maannt O. H. .. If'... ...1 t 8''a1240 a.........'

The rople of Willeford participated doo nuburLxt annually gives a dinner '..n.l rn.. ......... . . . '7 8-' a 7 M r ........Atlanta C. of G........ 7 bO a 500 ......'.t
rutxitttute. Ar PMAr. AMAr 1'M L.AML.PM.y
to a dozen owners of a like t. l large weighing
l IB to 'cream supper and tableaux IInn< II"t"Y :
In the center of the table. are groupedfour
Ills figure wa Unwieldy -
at or J"K.> iM.uiKlK
ruintnetit on the evening of Kri-
crutches around wbfrlt twine ftatoone and b<* r. ll.il from side to side Trains and 4 do not run between (OalnesTllI. and FalrfleldL. ,
lay, the :;'l 1st inst., which was given for of flowers miniature legs In
; n> bKlk l IIU baud were iwi thickau.l E. BARKER. General nt. {
thtoht. of the Sunday school and. Ivory compose' the handles of the 1."ull..ruu" that i.f >t>l" won I ler .h. h wa.|tarKt Ij attended and proved knlvpM and forks, while the piece how b'ruuld I i'1-iy the barpalctanl. or .. .
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tr"ftt luircrfii. both financially and la Invariably a magulflceut union at nU: IK face Man red and

bo-na njpomt of attendance. turkey that hun been deprived a leg f'M'nM'*, with i& l lun it tifw**, tIck lower .
Th. meeting: was opened with prayer before IK-IIH; brought to table.Fa.tt.h lip herd full ..*lu with it tllmjile lit It. y.

fc| }:n Thomas, after which several -- Ills <*y_ '"'!''' proinliient and < >-
v.... l_w..
.r.ir.6: tableaux were rendered by the Imms try full. He wes M numntrou*
F lah. IM IIUM> of HM tendency rapidlyto
J'S tr la4iri, of the rater and MI tunes drank .heavily Ill*

!.I( Masters'' acted neighborhood as stage: man de-oatl.ut.-f'MMln, holds lu l l Kiiiclainl a pee'ulisr It poaltlooUIUIMIK Is tteeuhjert oiHfli WHM ..tUI"'IMlou.| i. and be alwayseutertatned fflf Ml STET[ J r
the Idea that there was no
k ar f. seed proved to be most competent .. uf it .p.H-lal. art of parliament.So mole to IM "IIII..r..1. to his own. lie JOURMAL.'THE
uas. ," lourfMtn ".H ]UiM men knew the evil
boorUb hi quirk In trm-
was manner
la t: in affair! was quite a success, oon*<*er. and wliMi lrrltsle..l would wear

tad !i" ,.e rrrnent had a big time marktrH of urnTi lii jj..t mortem age. times give utteruixe to a robust oathIn NATIONAL FINANCIAL
I.--J an art provUlltisT that
IWJ hey
the rjerniMii l 1.ICU.p. Hi/* contemporaries -
M exec"j't during the houn of divine serve DAILY NEWSPAPER. . .
'Rh Springs Was Good.T nl lei he kiokMl,, like a pewter. - ,
.. Ice thl n>b <-.,ul.l IH ...J.l .,u Sunday.
;arn4'IIYill. junior baseball team, -
bas i-vule. .
That art never i vu r> .
it.il high: Springs Tuesday
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"\.rll :a err well pleased with the M...... It I'lnlx.SapleiKh Indigestion, RovealH the NeWH and! FactH governing

k5 ,tlbl4' manner in which they werekst.d I ob. 1 nity MI-. Hammer- With its impanlons, heartburn *UtuUncv. Valu .

ry duo club of that town a. tOUt why )is It that you are alwaysout torpidity of the liver( coutll- Studies underlying <:auH's of Market
-'wa'i when I Vnll( Miss ll mmertof>-
citizens.1 Notwithstand. pation, palpitation of the heart, poor
lac tI' !I't that the Gainesville boy. Ite-au.e I'm foolUh. I nupfwM. Rap blood headache and other nervous Movements.RoviowH .
v'TM letgh I .*r. IM-K panlon! Mlws Haiav
v ," >os, the score being four symptoms, tallow skin, foul tongue analyzes: and critiuiHos Railroad
mertonHI, know the oVl sayIn
tsttr.e: .* vi.uing I club was extends you M offensive' breath and a legion of other and Industrial .
C. -.\. fool for hick reports.HOB
r, ,- urte.y possible the r"- ailments. Is at one the most wide
", ec tal I of : of s sProperties.
: complete > <, Karniugs
u and destructive
e spread malady
;.c- 'en being free at every .a_.. among
.. ,. the American. people. The Iferbln .
city "Whenever Uaines- If the mud-lea are not tired tare
treatment will all the. trouble.
a't etiro .
fa't' 1>l'feared for a drink and at.ay cannot tw a full demand for sleep l no- WH bottle.old' by W. SI. Johoson. Quotes active anti inactive Stocks and

oj for it the assurance"tts .. of "O"r-. the ttrnln has b..ooverworked. Bonds. : .

!: !given that "the bill is llenlthy bodily exercise .w ..... ter W.es'p
carried tn the, point of r.i.l4-r1oc reKsweetly The Husband lot baa d-dlbed-M RecordH the lust Mile of Bonds ,and the N

n.i s "prmita. boys expect to wrtotiD. Is one naturalof u.aae darting, when I am bow will Ton yield on Investment at the price. '

i **. ''ettlle for promotiutrLawyer dlee-p. over be abU to pay the doctor" Mil*?
..* t i j a return game T5>* Wife Ifcou't worry about that AjiswerH, without charge, inquiries concerning -
junior club'is anxious to urea Over.
... tXx. &.ar. If the worst C'IIJIIIftI to tbe won(. In'eHtnientH.O .
a gad time III boe malt with Test
which they yoo.
a., I can marry tin d do ran't break your fatlMT*. will. CUetttHI .... dally.. 'eo.*.11.! TUB WALL MTHECTJ4)L'IC

,*f IO'AlnR that the game was I* frank with Tar, I raD'tTfJU pay I. amaem aea1 AL I. WtUr ajMl0 .. Invest ....,
Vita' 'It was well|| and unU-M ft ran be broken lawyer **Mab J Itae a moot wonderful.
played powerTUeJly sa/11y and prea Uly aM to advise *....t lavoat.
ar -m KO ono betr We'llthat break llna aaUIJa.-
a you of
.... great many league 8NIIh tavaw ear who deer ..et.I'UBLlzIliED .
't'e 'f to judge by the store wilt.-CV-rHa txl 1.sder. ? Tbaf the very 2avs. thing
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1 thnee I LbouItt . glee br credit f."Uta. .
a'. who witnessed it ) ewer etrfln a man ""'a h* to1a cSnwa. ire jnlt. tree. I aaouro yea.faatrto DAILY Y- ;
__ on both teams played ebaaews to oo be will. pot .. .... aetufy that sbVsU rrlstlLdtlas. v

," a'' and deeerv to be eonTo apta-Detrett News .- DOW, JONES & CO.,

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h'1i- ;1 }use I that old and wll- rsy bait better than no hair> $l2aTeart.- M..... rr-
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.,Pt.. t'Ir ebil4ND t..thiag. 1& But.by have it gray, and thus INVESTOR READ THE WALL 'STREET Jl - "

tt:. c=, A. eot&4ree.Jla. gn... tell eredrybody You arc JfoW

y fuss ur.e wind eoIJe cad .. Kstq It duk t111d erica atalie . ";.,\.1

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f NEWS' FROM ,ALL Si ten The Kidneys Arc, I Wife of Broke Suicides. 'I

; 1 New York. July 26--Within flTe THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO

Weakened WorL i minutes from the time pbarlea Marshall lac.
by ter- ,
. PARTS OF FLORIDA a Wall street broker,, left his uwa.
Unhealthy Kidneys JIakc'Impure &loo4. wife'apparently sleeping soundly In The question -

i "- .<>. .. ;' %' ',. It uK'Ol to be considered 'tbat:..ouly bed today, the woman wrote her husband Renders reliable services of every sort si!.,. *
Land Titles In the State
< the of Florida 3?
, und bladder trouble were to be of Title pVrAlaehoa _
' urinary a note telling him "
'jiirkf J Happening From Various traced to the kidneys, not to lei the county.
world blame him for .what was
first conid "
" but now modern -
Sections ,of\Stat. f.L science proves that happen and shot herself. She was SPECIALTIES Abstract ef Titles
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Sal .
-- nearly all diseases unconscious before Sir. Marshall could .r &loD f 6r lr.
..,- Agents for Non-Realdeut Land Owners rm. 'l ":
'THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS have their beginning reach her bedside from another room .Etc.References. ; of .'lIntl...,
disorder of the
in the
and she died In short .
t. a time.
,! ----r-'" Mrs.
these most important -
Transpiring In "The Land or Flowers.. Marshall was formerly Mlaa Grace
( organs. First National
i Bank
of <( filter Starr and la highly connected In New H
"Boiled Down" to Suit the The kidneys P
hinge York .Dutton a Co., Bankers.
blood social circles.
No cause for her
'> 'Q., .Reader-Item.of. Interest to e--e. suicide baa been discovered. The i

Claasesr V: . Therefore, when your kidneys are weak tragedy ocurred in the Ralelgh.'a fash.}
out.of order can understand how
or you
rlor .0aD&,', Jail has only one quickly your entire body is, affected and lonable faintly apartment hotel over| G. S.

er. Good for Taylor. bow every organ seems to.fail to do its looking:: Central park at hifnrty aaoond MERCHANTS CO.
tutl' City is enjoying shirtwaist, If you are nick or "feel badly" begin Retailers and Jobbers inStapli

That is enough for thisbar taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. I r
Wife Murderer
because a* soon Hanged.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root
'-" .. your kidneys are well they will help Towanda Pa., July 28.--The crime and: Fancy Groceries
i chanoes of Marlon county' going all the other organ to health. A- trial for which Blgler Johnson was hanged I

!/tire said, to be good. If she does will convince anyone.If here today was the murder of his ,
wife. '
,will dryer. yoU.are sick you can make (mistake rain tirdtii St.4. art Fertilizers.gaUTHSIDELSQIIARE.
,|oa go by first doctoring your kidneys.The Margaret Johnson from whom he bad' .

HGarney Investment Company' of mild ai.i' the extraordinary effect of separated and her niece Annie BanJamln. .. .,. t t. GAINESVILLE.
apa'' has been' Incorporated with Dr ''Kilmer' Sws np-Rootr-the- .-aged--lct'on'"sepHai1M< ","l 904.' FLORIDJ

fat Stock of $50,000. kidney remedy, i. soon realized. It It was alleged by the prosecution that Highest market price paid'lor Chickens. Eggs and other Produce,
stands the highest for iU wonderful cures
w '.i'j9\\ow fever at New Orleans has of the moat dUtresning cases, and is soldon the Johnson.family, consisting of five Complete stock of Hay, Corn, O.cel Flour l Bran, Meal, Cotton Seed Ii

a commotion at nsacola and its merits by an.lruKxiat. persons, went to the home of Mr.. and W. handle onll"the VJ'iRY'! BEST goods ac the LOW.

ieral "cleaning up" has been the \ .in fiftycentoand | Blgler Johnson and with an axe killed EST PRICES, and guarantee aatisfaetion alwas.mmmmmmmmmmmtMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmimmm .
one-dollar #Ize. the woman and the glrL The John

,r;. ''I >ottle*. You may eons ft.,waa then charged: set fire to
Powell will soon issue a tradeof have sample bottle 801.......... the house In SBssbliataesct 1B78
an effort to
I conceal their
his The Maoelennyird by mail free, also a pamphlet telling you
how to find out if you have kidney or crime. The entire family was arrested. -
to boom the business Inter. bladder! trouble. Mention this peper Bugler pleaded guilty. B1.3DTTTTO3ST & CO.

if Baker county. when writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ringlamton -

ID' hundred cattle were shipped ,N. V. Dou't make any mistake
... Will Close Company's Affairs.
''' but remember the name, Swamp-Root
punts Oorda Monday' to Cuba by' Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address Butte. Mont., July 26.-The A aeon* ::B A .:rsrKERSDo :

...am.r Oussier They -came from ,Binghamton,N.Y.,on every bottle. da company has Bled notice to the ,

.;4Or: .ws-m* and Arc.d I.. effect that It has lowered Its capital

4. 'JE.:: Butts of Jacksonville, convict- No Penal Settlement. stock from 1.000,000 to flOO.OOO. The -
a ceaersl baaklzur bll&1._.bay and sea rorelcn and Domestic Exebacee:
sad sentenced to a two-year term Berlin. July 2 ;.-It Is fOml-olrlclaUJ change la made preparatory to the The aeeoaats of banks,banters.eorpoeatlon..tamers,mcrobaav std ot.er.reo..ed .

'mbesslement, has been freed by' declared that there Is no ground for closing'up of the_affairs' the com cm favorable terma. Special.faculties f o .aalll6 oueetioc oo >aaeeesatbie
points 1&the United Slaves.LIBRAETJTOTIN&
[State Board of Pardons. the alarm among the German residents pang The Anaconda company is one

;(8eary M. Sweat of Maoelenny, who of New Guinea and New Britain of the early corporations organized by

i badly cat by' Jesse Sweat last Fri. at 'the report that the Germanjrorernment the late ,Marcu Daly and out of G.A.IN'mSV-Xr..LE:: : FLOB.TT)

;' died on Monday. His.assailanti propones to establish a which the present. Anacoda company

i located In Georgia. penal settlement in the Admiralty of the Amalgamated Copper company

Islands (northeast of New Guinea) was formed. .
of Ocala will
la Epworth League
with the. ultimate object of colonizing
re. Its reading rooms open every af- the group and thus Increasing German Uood for Stomach Trouble and Con COUPON
a and evening. This Is a highly
Influence In the pacific. The government stipation."Chamberlain's
indable move on the part of the nan no Intention of establish. Stomach and Liver This coupon entitles the holder to two votes that can b.. cut for

ID*. log a penal settlement In the Admiralty Tablets have done me a great deal of any institution competing for the beautiful library when properly!

;"Abbyaged IB months, son of Mr.' Islands or anywhere else In the South rood," says C. Towns of Rat Portage filled oat, signed and'returned to the ballot boxes in either the above

Mrs. Hopkins of New York fell) peas. Ontario Canada. "Being a mild physle Itort!..
t'tba Lewis Hoose porch at Pensalt "
the after effects are not unpleasant,

a distance of nearly' 9O feet, with To Investigate All Companies. and I,can recommend them. to all who Name of Institution. . . . ,. 0 . .... .... ... . . . .

sastaining fatal Injuries. Chicago July .-The Inter-Ocean suffer from stomach disorder." For

(Captain Smith of Flamingo has been says that a bite convention of policyholders sale by all droR< "
bald under a $6,000 bond to appear at for the purpose of demanding -- TilE DAILY SO.
Summer Tourist Via
"'ahe next session of the circuit court at nn Investigation, of the affairs of .
[Key West to answer to the charge of every life insurance company In the

order, his victim being Guy' Bradley', country Is the aim of the Iroquuls club If you contemplate' visiting.summer

warden. of Chicago which has taken the Initial resorts see ticket agents Atlantic CoastLine
Monroe county game -w-hec.. -inn::: .. eed of
step toward Martin a national move and ge'.U information with referenee ..
1 Before the slot machines captured by
ment. At a meeting of the executive! to rates, routes, schedules and
.i Tampa officers were removed from
committee of the cluli. held yesterdaya Pullman service Summer tourist rates
la court house, some one rifled them JOB PRINTIN
rennltttlon wa adopted empoweringthe are now in effect to all the principal resorts -
)f,"the nickels that were In them.
organization to appoint a committee throughout the country with ;e-
[fee' deposits. 'About |3O were in the
of five member tit Invite dele- turn limit October 1st. Rates have
gi.machinee. Robber unknown. been announced 111
to springs mount-
ntt'H from other clubs to mitt audonslder -
fiend Y""O'1.LJOrder to
tin and seashore resorts* For the first
deadbeat In
.. 'CTbt1ch.spest, meanest (: the feasibility of thplan.. i lime round-trip tickets are now on sale
$,lliaa world Is the man who will cheat a to resorts In New England territory.

Ignorant negro out of a trilling Texas 011 Fire* Still Burns. -- THE SUN JOB OFFICE
IM |a ft trade. Next to him comes
Houston. Tex.. July 2C.-Tbw llftmblw -
IS) man who beats his county paper --
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oil tire' Is still burning today, but
at of .Its price after readings
meager Is confined to an area of one hundred SickHeadache CLYDE LINE
fear, or more-Monticello Nt"w..1
acre In extent. It will burn Itself out

.;*;G.o. H. Stephens, whe has resided) during the next 12 hours. The Joel >U

for a short time at Ta wants, had a |ir... now mtlntaterd at 8&7,000 In' oil and

.'U.I.." hearing before Judge Martin tank damage__ Two and one half million When head aches, there
'Orlando.. Monday, on the charge of barrels of oil have been and 1sbeing your
is a storm in the nervous sys-
Bsssiag. and I attempting to pass oounItarfflt destroyed and tea earthen" tanks

money lie was bound over totfta extensively damaged. Ten bodies have tem, centering, in the brain.
This irritation produces painin
Beptsmber term of the criminal been recovered' and It Is'believed that
the head and the turbulentnerve
'''''-eour& others *IH be found after a more careful ,
current sent to the stom-
'k 'n"" freight depot of the Seaboard swarth ach causes nausea vomiting.

g+AIr Lice at -Tampa was damaged by This is sick headache, and
ere oa Tuesday morning together with Dstsball Players and Foot is dangerous, as frequent and T3EIX- vv .aJEKL _._ BAISrIN GS

'\ one freight oar and a* passenger coach, I. tuis J. Kruger, ex-champion long prolonged. attacks weaken the ) ,

.'..The loss will reach over t .OOO. There distance trot racer of Germany and brain, resulting in loss of JacKson.ville and New Yoru,
to fright It Holland writes Oct. 27. 1801 i "1>ur.Ina .
was considerable damage memory, inflammation, epilepsy Calling at CHARLESTON. 8. O., both wars.PlaMt
la thought the fire was of Incendiary my training of eight weeks' footraces '
I t'its dizziness etc.
n. U tks CwMtvlsa:
,origin at Halt lake CI'J.ln April last Allay this stormy;..irritated, Steouattr
Jolt Coast I used Italian. $: now Liniment to mta"'e. Lines
The of the Southern
management .' satisfaction. Therefore. I aching condition by takingDr. New England and
hll and Agricultural Exposition to beheld Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
recommend Snow Liniment to Direct JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON and
Service Between
:'t at DeFunlak Hprtag. November They the pain by sooth-
all who are troubled with sprains, PROVIDENCE aDd All Eastern Poi.ta.CaJUnl. .
14, IK*. In pursuance of their policy bruises or rheumatism." 26e, toe and ing, strengthening; and relieving at Charleeton both ways.

,otl providing only' clean amusement t. Bold by "'. M. Johnson. the tension upon the nerves B"R'- -mr BATr.-T-NQ ;;
testa,.. for the occasion, and making them as H -wo
----- -not by paralysing Southbound...... .................... ....From Lewie' Wharf >
those features of a c..... to Instruct aswaii italian. Want Shorter Hours. do most headache remedies.Dr. North boo nd...... ............ From Foot of Catherine St.. Jacksonville
as amuse. have arranged for the Miles' Anti-PainPills do
New York Ju ; '
1.0. AVorKlogmea to
!.*...*. convention of old-tim. singers not contain opium, morphine
; of ?,
the utttuUer irks are nut of euiplujr-
V held I.. the southeast* and as aatMaatlve meat at Ternt its) and the large armor chloral.cocaine or similar drugs. Clvde St. Johns River Line

fur olssses from every ..0- plate rolling mills there have .Wen. -.lea: IvMtds*** to IxieJltary tn say Det'Wrn ,J .cacuohfYis.zc ._ and 8AN"O"I

111M to attend, will give a prise of $33ta.aaaa Closed owing < to the demand of theworklsgmc mUyMr and faUis sssvnr. .*>.**1" See a pWtroe ass Stopping at Pa1a a. Astor 8*. yo......... Beree/ord. CDeLaad).andIjindlnga I n,.rte"

fur the best 01... and a second =. a z:::: lhet 1 we.umhta oa St. Jolusa Blvar.
i for the : .
.. liu-hour day ,. att.M .. aT ...... aft'a&re,
ttriM Of $l&. with a handsome diploma' says a Herald dispatch from Rome foe a::;. oe e* s>t a t I n*. uurtas. avery Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE".i
... '% attack of 1r. ah. t feet
eto each. mow int.rscisdeaaobtalafullpartieular.In
: I
teI..u., & refer< SMepa looking to arbltnuton proposed Dr reiie..s Mtw me.* A.b..t.u.Fai.e!... N.u.. .,.sad.... ._.trey_ Is appointed to ..n.. follows t Leave 3AOICSONVILLEoRali..J'd; .;.
-;; br th% ..........\ have been rvfuae lass I take t"I 9..5 be .,..lteealas sad Tbutrdays. a&ao p. m. \ ... .
.es. to this and other features. Infteopy sad It I. thought pre b bl. that a geaeral ow sa.1 tepJ teRRl.At.Y Wednesdays. sal Fridays .:a0 a. m.

,1sI..... of the premium., offov.apOOOIs I strike ta all tae Italian true sad Pram. a. B. .... 0.. Muth tt.e4, JatL. seauwsa. 8C11ED11LII: s+ 'eass.

slash fur farm products stoat mlUs win .niu., Upott request 0.".::._..'. AMf"C' Oee w S Ns see am1as L.sh..eewa._.......... .............. ..... ll..w..s.. . A rr v i 111

bt sssldlas ,tfcair addresses to R. \Vaawrataury of the preJeet. a foree o4 Infantry baa ...... ::J..... .It if n a.pm ...'........... . . ...PaIa&b............. . l y yt
DeKunlak Hprlnts, bees seat to th. proriae -.,.. .. ...... ........ l s .e sasMtj. l............ . ... . .-..Astor. ............ ... . }sos
I mamas. a3 eeeata. >saw seas M SMHSWyrtj ............ ... .._ .. .IIL r...............,... . .r

A A Surprisa Party.A Medical Co.E&thftrt IdAT .. .............Be....... ID.! e4 J ....... . s o

: Buy It Now. Arrive.i 11Q.sm.......... ...... .... ... ............' .. tI'.
i""i iNS.' pleasant surp'rtaa party' may be IOtGD _.... ....... ...........""................ '
'zsw Is flu ..: buy ChamberDiarrhoea t'i1r.t.F
r. + -
taia'aOaWsv 1 II".ll&f.... gives to your .tsuBiaV> ....,IL" by .,$T.. AwwMTME 6lTHAPAW. .uro TICItK'I' I9t W.aA T ST.J J.CJo::'t

;$+ .. ta' be taktag a madtoU. wbialt wU4 fUeve.Mhat U' .. ... I '. 'f.., -_"1C>>
Ja its seeded 'It > : gas 1'Mf.J t. &&&?..."
.'a..te tied ,dlsaasatartj I ,.tfis} > ..., i.r .o" ..; .,
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1 11 : alt The New York Sun may be said to be When a lad in his Scottish home a

substantially right in viewing what seaport town, John Paul was ontvd fur

;.'___ p.om... .'OaID--nDe.F1.: ... may be called the "era of exposure"as his daring and dexterity in handling 1 r

t p,4.w::eor4&$'...n g.' an encouraging thing. It Is an Indica sailing craft. He attracted the Attention

,. lion that public opinion seems to b'*" of a vessel! owner who desired to

-*-a.!U'Ca1CARY.lodltor! and puWlAaer. striving toward a much higher level of send a boat across the ocean ; went as a.allo SNOW
. .: W AhHLBYtAaaofttaMEditor.OhFICK general morality says Tile>> Wall Street ,'* apprentice. He had a brotherin

c-: 0 Eo B KTZ. Ceti 1CdJt.CW.. Journal. Only those who are shortsighted America whom he had never seen,
7 J&.;gcS will for in who
see eaue depression had inherited a large ettaiwoothe

,.'IACg-- J. HRCataY.oea"l Tnvetlat AseaR the wholesale wreck of reputation, flnanoial shore of the Rappahannock In Virginia

social and political', that. baa who. in order to please the whimof
::"--0: YREWTT.Suet Compol t Room:& taken place in the last year or two. his relative, had adopted his name

: The lowest depth of corruption is con of Jones The brother was dying at YA
: rORTKR W.OCK. tented corruption. The awakening of the time of John's arrival na _& sl.DOBZS A
.' S, cd.S. T aassndasa 4*< and Informedhim A SURE CU'RE "WO vfIIAIINx.
...*.*"* discontent ia a sign of better things. that he could Inherit the estate on lOllS, SA ..vu C NTaACT.c.Ua. -

'_r?D.ur pnWi.bed Seery aebraias.ltimay The fact that the people buy with avidity doing the .same as his dying brother tD LJItlt snn nosTm >.t3T.
deiiiw-d arrle.to the rity.or
fc-r 'VRxRdin)
and read with interest John =?
tbeV.it&la*ear pgsta" newspapersand Paul then became John Paul
: :3rd toy a year; fa.so cats toouttu; '..>R three period lea 1.- teeming with "..apo..are. Jones wa. a respected resident of the AN ANTISEPTIC thai stopa Irritation aubduaa Inf!am- k
..be-1-.fm';ll or s* cnata for AYe wtckaUkt7 to .." come true aid well meant,other Old Dominion for years, and besides mel lon and drives out Pain '

!.-> untrue and meant in malice shoos being one of the first of the K..volutiomsl PENETRATES the Pores loossos the FSbroaa"Tlsauas. ...-

_la loot eohtoui ..coats"tine eery clearly iaereaaivg enitivenea on *. was a man of wealth, his inheritance motes a free circulation. of the Blood giving aM Muscles n.banlelasticity.
li.tf1 iD.ntioa.> and:5 cents orcbe4dk": the: part ,of the public, conscience. bringing In a large revenue. .
10"'" When the smoke clears away it will be He mingled with the men of the day,

-roe.stn for di..pla adeertt.ng n.de.know.onT possible to nqte the great advance that and besides carrying on hi.. farming

.,.yplwn.i has been made and we venture the pre. which was managed by a trusty Scotchman

i( ;; ;.fvicea.Week Sun I.e.. cicht-pce..fortyseasS diction .that In the time to com the devoted much time to his desire CURED OF PARALYSISW.
. published 'every Monday. and students of American history in the for the sea When the time came' for
paste and contata all Ute news of the early years of the twentieth century. action he fitted out his own vessel and s. Bailey P. O. Tree T..... writes "!!>
and aener.l. and wUl be wife bad bee.&riD. See yew with paralyaia* ,
Clltd.toc.l I. tate(roe. to'any: part.oJ the United will note the period as one containing begun to fight: her arm when I was persuaded t* .*. BllardaEnow *,
.. J'OO'CaDada.*ItC for|i.oo a year-to adTaace. a great moral gain. Whether he could be called "a soldier Liniment which affected a complete e..... Z
.au.or The reaction from the cult of the of fortune," a pirate or adventurer have also aed it for old ..... Iroet bites and skis

-ia idreriUiBK bills become dud; after BratfJ.lr.iice caption of industry is now sorely com he battled nobly for his adopted eraptioaa. It doe the 'work.
of Jr 'rtU nent. tmlea othcrwia BEST UrwMCNT ON EARTH O CB TBrtCO. ALWAYS UMRcruse .
plete. Probably like all movements country helping the weaker side to bt
(TTuwd I in contract. Partie not kJM>wn to a* ALL sussrrrvTCATHKJUt
Sbe required l to pay for adTcrtiatn to ad- the kind it will run too far and develop free from oppression. In the opinionof SIZES: 2Sc. SOc aM S 1.00 t
" Addrc. TJlrDAJt.y SUN many extravagancies of thought and the enemy he wan. a pirate. History

,s' Osxsavtr..aa, Sin.In word. Indeed, to the unbiased observer has placed his name among those of BALLARD SNOW LIINIMEINT CO.

'- it begins to look as If it were the Patriots of 1776., ST. LXHJ1S. U. S. A 4

.'" UDalDal rep .r'- fron 8t. Peleraon already running too f..,. Four or fire There is no occasion for a citizen of

[| : The day was.quiet.l- years ago the possession of great wealth the United Slates to say aught against

1 _i B I entitled the possessor to the admiration John Paul Jones., the Revolutionaryhero. AND REOOM HOED BYI

;,/' It i. a RCO: plan to stop and think of the crowd. Now It renders him W. M. JOHNSON, Ga.lc..ea-v-lJ.Le. ,
"officfally" auspect. There is a happy medium
L Wore Ice put sour That c..r lheliag. - ..- .- -- .._.. . .. ,. .___ - _. --- 1:[,
between the two points of view. Prs
wheslue of realty.
f, ently that happy medium will be found The \1.ltor-Wb.t a delightfullysmog --1 1 'pb '
little flat you bare! The ReDter-
:.:, Mm Alice Roosevelt and party, In. and held for a while and then we shall lan't It? When 'we open the door we'reIn ?

ling secretary Taft and other. see things In. their true perspective. the middle of the room and when C

its arrired in Japan. The Jap What is known as commercialism the aunnhlue cornea In .we have to more Ilf You Are Insured. "

ed I daylight firework! and.other re. is only another name for dollar worship some of the furniture out.-Chicago .

menU at Yokohama -ts all wrong, of course but on Tribune. C
the other hand riches do not of
... I necessity A....._.... In a Company that is Responsible Have a Policy Correctly
:..Tb. sp.nese land on Blogovesteh- connote rascality, and poverty la A Birmingham, churchwarden warn ( Written With' Liberality of Policy Contract and th" Company '
according to a report of the flght- not always virtuous. reading at a vestry meeting a list of Pajs Lri s.s Promptly '

,aDd we have not yet looked it up The main thing that needs to be driven abarrlptloti' to the parochial fund.

nt whether that was near Solar. home Into the mind. of the American "Tbe list IK'gun .. follows: "Tne vicar

.ylcxat or not, bat suppose so. people Is the need for common n guinea :Mrs. -, half a guinea; an I C You Are Assured
honesty in all grades of politics. Mr anonymous donor, myself 23: -billing."

That. i. the only trouble with the Bonaparte. with characteristic directness .........w.. That no serious Joss can overcome you without you have some +.
that people steal from thegovernment
ici coming to this country -they She-How do you suppose his Batan refufe. k
I't care what they bring with them. because they are thieves.What Ic majettt succeeded In tempting / .
who landed in New Orleans a few people want to be taught I Is that :Mother Ere? He-More than likelyhe /'

|i ago; brought a case of yellow fever.T. the prostitution of positions of trust told h.-r Unit applea were good for Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance.None
for private profit, whether it be In business the complexion. SS ,

or In politics. Is thieving and no . .. I
AVilion -N -- ----- -- --- -- --
has become associate
but Reliable Companies Tt. .d.
less. The law it. If
so regards ever
'stitorof The Taylor County Advocate A WOMAN TO flC PRETTY
that great fact can be thoroughly
bushed at Perry. He la thorough --
IrlPf'1 man and competent printer grasped, then, Indeed we shall be well Mast have ....-rlaat and Ol**'y Hall, ,.
.A. 1Vl C'UII I-I 1'4.A..N
off. .. .
id will be a desirable .acquisition N M 4< Ubat Cl r. ,

Herald force. The finest contour of a female face the Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
Pon. PROPER SENTIMENT. sweetest smile of a female mouth. loses
something If the brad In Crowned with
.Thsmimograph editor says that we President Andrew Sledd of the University cant hair. H... int and fallln hair. It .it "
i told in now known. l Ii cnu..d by a parasite that ___ n
Holy Writ that "money isM of Florida says that the facultyof .
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burrow Into the .l"lIlp to the root of the
i root of all evil." Holy Writ don't that institution for theieomlog session hair where It suns the vitality The lit. PARTIAL PR'ICB LIS TOP

r sal loch thing, and when you des will be the best the State has ever tl. whit *rl.. thf germ throw up In

d on those Washington correspond- known and equal to any faculty In the burrowing .are r".li..t dandruff. To <<,ur.411ndruft' Whiskits Wints Bur and MEXPHEMH
p rrnin ntly. then and to stop
quote Scripture 'you will al- South. Among the number will be fnlllnr hair that germ moat be killed. ,
let left TJGood Book speaks ten Pb. D's selected from the leadinginstitutions Newforo'a IterptrltlA. an entirety. nw r.- n_ ..................---- .---- .....- -_.
-I.. want of the I suit of the ..h..m...-... laboratory. destroys 7:
money" being rootttlTll. of this and I'ICE.-'II'
country .Ko- _
I Bulk l. the dandruff **rm. and. of course. *top
I rope, and the other members of the the fnllln h<>1r and prevents baldness. you Qc M.a-ur*. .lit*. *Ota II Qt*. tl.ta l I'..O.I1o.u ...d; ,
Story : faculty will be specialists In their respective Bold by kNid.1 ic 1ru._l.t.. Bond toe. In Nestles Cl.b Nee .... .../r M MOO 1 T OOH tire Ola C'..,.. flood.,Me. ;
Orill. a Georgia legislator branches. Now let the etamp for **tnple to The 1I. kI4. Co. .taoa County ter... .. S W 4 M T M Ifro I'.'i.Une I t.
Hon James R people Detroit. Mich, .. . .. Rre.lln.ll.xa' Hum Mlseaaalftyc..
Gray, editor of MOIa4JCtr. ltt a a.i to f 00Haaa '1.m> r.r UallonHf : "
i At'tnta'! Journal, had a fist fight of Florida seeking higher educa. J. M. n..lirar l A Ce.. Mpeclal Agvato ..."44" Kr... ...... S T. a CQ MMoolaJ *.Gin. Corn.nil' Hmt for aM I
.. Lion for their SOPbestow their patronage Drot . .... ski sic IS m M *.r UaJlun: .+
e.tr t. of Atlanta Monday. .. ..,.. "H" live r..."h and A|>i>l. IktlMy.ad .
tor how is.
tk. at home no matter Mali Wklsirer a T ao ..
r beiig.rent was hurt a. particle, Strong the fa Jilt y or excellent the .*.... handy ... ... s T... .00 MA .I no I'er br JaU atf < <*<
r honor was vindicated and no FOLEY'SHONEY'rnTAR pel. Krandjr ........ IT ft OO a toHollandUln. Vl"t rl.. llf*, Muolai t>rwti. .T*. M
DI used This I* much batter equipment, *jaPnew University cannot . ... S *O . 'T *tNorth OiiaUty,
i .t each other'said thrive ..I"' tf* student and plenty of ( attln ... I n 'son t ao 1.r"s' hT.' ruin IIErn.r.a. Tie
footing kill- Democrat.ibyterlan Carolina Corn a M 4 OO t ouea .. . .
: them. nee ..." Ileer. '" .....
jour conttitoenta. Let, the a McN./ .C...., . 57. tic aoJaaaatoa Karr.'ate . ." ... ', .,,
.crk Ham .. < M 4 aft T Sft H" aa.l.r KO and Ju .. .. ... N
on y< will get a* ford Ham 7* UO tIC) Malt..strsdsra. . .
m.fctonas, | you would withhealth Ti' of Mayo expect to o ..*. trendy.. .Ilerboa Tft ou a aoK e:......'..,. '.lOoned .- vegau
Miss 01 , a T$
jr a w a loses . ..
allimprovement Ale. plat.
>or bui iw church 4063 fret witJi
pi tols. Allowed.. oa AU O.od. of Baa ,
: m *. We don't" Tk..duIAun ...... 1.4n1..
'tot ----
>al "modern Improvement
Office Porter order kn
aJ: that the 1 '='''=s" JACK
of and would rMMtffVOI4CVS
fr.'llth' cars coming Into the c [ suggest MHI n. ALA>rft K T. HANNE BROS.. ,

01 the Western border shall be 55 1 methodaof worship are all Th. g.ntalsa. ., .
'-- -- -- -- -
Ll;I Pd rldd.to kill the moaqaltoee.Y., ti DONKT ... TA* rte la*. M. Ofluufaai. .*.*...., u. P;. TArwa

ths: weals. kill a ride every into tramp the 8'8 mo.- doe not want peace at any aT.tf.wr ......... Ret...sahMlettlaa Oao. W. HfT> VlwPr wident I... (laallAat. A...

U"llha the Cesar, when he .... theft Pe..rr.A/y. tiFsisr
car 'Ve want DOD.- but p ds 0.......,. ONrege" :
iii ome first-ela.e sad In Poll- I the Japanese, will discover THE FIRST NATIONAL B
os h.... Mercy knows thy are Ut S0 of a kind. Per Mala .y J. W. Jk *4tasa Jfc (1wC.

.... .
'bvth' -
... Slat but travel they! In are box not *ear o filthy and h Cannot be Cured 'N 11II....e Olt1 G bIN818VZ2..BJ.: {. :)?;.<.:"... .

uk. _rte a............ ","ff'lIkl .,
a bath, ... ..
ii canle . .. ", a. .
applications, a* they :
a..t"M .. ..iw4srnss.4aa1. THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALAOflUAr,1
b.o Mat of the di_a*.. Ca- ...... -.r .
I" of "'.oaaeola Iaa. nos G ... ... ........ .;,,, ':lW""f.I-" ,
a sweial JMl&Iror La. blood eontitutiooaldla-- .....- ......- Capital . . . . . . . . . .'60.00e.WI. :f.,
term 01 Boors for -. iasalar
u'tl order to cure it you molt ... ..- '..I 4-
.. ... "
of W,, p. Williams. &he0 rmdie. 1111'. (:.- M sta. eiv and UndivIded r
-\ Sarplal PrO9te. . soooo ": !
k'ulf'lJ John -- :.:. .. ;i)si
White 'h. Pe. a. takes internaliy, and ... ........ .
a.b.QI, and Edward tar, o...essaa/.y a.aatiag .......... etla fae l......... 1. sar S' r-'i
Dewby the blood and mo u.1Jal1' :
: sate .e..eaaes lens a..rbwrlle,Cmrs.rss -
.: n'poye. In the WhiM *>-'.. Cata-rte Core U not a aetn arre.e..ss Au ts.er ._ .
(4t. 'e deiroua of knowiag sn (a.. It wee pr.**.ribd. by K.;" -
Au.i.m' -, Id V .. .. --- .. -. .. _., .
-- - -- -- -
ihanI, get a. fair bet phyataa in thiaeooorafBFv .
\ oa
to as trial a' a special term' he scold a. the regular Jill composed of the beet toaieaooibiaed
:t the 'aLL,'
e.Weoee !!
w, it so plain aa with the best bloods .
dal .OQj ..aa that a "fair actlac directly on the ma- 3 +

If. Inal" eoulcl baldly be Tb perfect o BWaak -

Las.u di4 the shooting" kad .. two Ia rodi at. to what
1. to blame, rep heIghs sash waai4rfal r..*...ll. Iastarb.

'rawJ dnuatr. Sad, sender fed few ttlaaIaJa
in1d4100v theajdersa4w .. r.J, C0wv-Ca..
latulla .
n. .: r. ::
-- .1IN 9 n a .YY, !
'. ... ....
"- na. '\I .;,.-
,. -;. ,r"" ....

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;w .
-- -

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d: 'whist. De.Vtmtt--.0., .. DR. DsVCRE li. M, ,
.! J..
Here La a 'i ioi
sharp eyes: Aa F
R, when walking or . .DEXTI:: .

.only,i one leg of --
avben galloping
rester'' and then l omee over Marcus
.the question. Is bow: .' Cede.
.... this matter. 1i y i 11 I HTJ at

Rap, both wings J.A.[ CARLISLE
"pith run and -
feeing "trotwhen ATTORNEY A : sV

I lap**:when:>, we And Solicitor ID r. ,,
the; plain! b:- ,
bOwetr. trots" Real E.ta'e.
i "amphibious (: To the Pacific .Coast-to California, Oregon Waslunarton- oral Practice. COD."Jan All bu.u..ml: ace ..
*:.ad ttie rout. .Ueoded &0. Orfle .d' 'roC1p'IJomce
""other'tour I'OUDd-trip. long' transits and return limits liberal atop-over OAlaurviv Of'U: 1111 r to ala

.n'there are pri...... : t IrD4.FERDINAND .

II from expect side that to << .. The rate is practically A on the basis of one fare for the round BAYERATTORNEY ,

Italy with trip. Of coarse* If you wish to visit both California and Oregon AT L.WGAJJUIaY1LLX

hands. aDd t or Was ingtosi., the cost is slightly more. : t i4 Dy
es they do or
:'st all times : These reduced rates... in effect on certain elates ii months Can sell

,-way,, bow d r of Maw to(Octobermrhmre.. They apply from all Eastern points and your city roprtj d.> lm.
truck ng I.nu.,h
*r farming
:''.Xn* great ana 41 via Chicago St. Loots or Memphis gateways. The Rock Island s list of what and you offer land for lId v':

rjbaa;, pointed System will take vow up m either Chicago or St.Louisor at hundreds aiv H2zr._

leg,". of other Middle West points and carry you to the Coast in through W.E.. BAKER
., ,
worm (
/ r,,the centJl Standard. or Tourist SJeepets with invnrceHed Dining Car. service. A'ITOR EY-AT-L\\
hem. do R The Rock Island also affords a'choice: of routes: on the "Scenic" .

NWtatmf. route" you can atop' off in Ceorado--see Salt Lake City-visit . SOLICITOR IN CllANi: : i. \
H f each pair
YeBowstone National 'Park the ;"Southern route can
., people ; on you go GAINESVILLE. Alachua
'... caterpillar via El Paso thru New Mexico, then "up coast" to San Francisco Office in Eudel Ilioen C. pLJ,
1 lags or "' and oa to Portland or Seattle if desired.
trots, paces : i
kses the Jc s i In short these Pacific Coast excursions offer an unusually good DR. J. H. ALDERMAN

together this Is f; chance to'see our western country in a comprehensive manner
tion. a field
discover new If you desire toga only.far as Colorado,there are excursion DE.NTISJ.

1edp.-8t.and thus {''sir rates& hi effect to that section and return all summer long,

,I,. '1i Y specially reduced June 30 to July 4, August 12 and 13, Over Dutton at Go's Ba.DII. uaanrt.DI .

.:i CORRECT and August 30 to September 4. Extension trip to Ogden
e3 or Salt Lake and return at low cost also.
.. Dresses !.
}i'::; iaRwt H* ... From September 15 to October 31, 19 OS, one-way :. GORDON B. TISON.

Whin.stag our of It. tourist or "colonist" tickets wiN be on sale to California and DENTIST.

.at held In the Pacific Northwest-about half regular fare.if .

' too bnay .- OtBoe Miller Law EUobc
'tnUla to booklet.....sad to what posatyesiplsji to... Name...........
waa the date of start also so we.can advise defoaitslr with respect to rates, etc. OAIUBCTILLB FL.

camp of
men and TilE WEST END,
A: new
up. Young s-I .......aad r.--. I t FINE WINES LIQUORS .t HOARS
the direct I 11 .
Sa business JOHN MENZIES.I'rot'rtetoramain
W. Bar .....JacUsooUc kw
The well Address. aL.---

Introduction JOHN Panel beer bottle' and draught, Don'i
himself SEBASTIAN, i
Of and a .Aso
fail to call on me when in JackoDnll
..?SMUiiii.inds the .... Traf. Mgv. Rock Island Systasa. dar,-L-a ( Q
--lt he shows iltlrrr'F CHICAGO.

is "' 7 MAX KRAJTSS,
la true that

wealth and -, , -- n_ ___.___,___ ___ _'_' _.____ Representing
ie* nnd even
n. the niceties 1.1 1).1&... .A aemerkeble D..r TheATLANTA E. A. WEIL & CO o:;..
of a careless ,. nay a tritveler. I aw a Perhaps tlie most remarkable dwarf I ,
print on such: to an extruonllnary \ltIM!'. On record was Sir Jeffrey Hudson the WHOLESALE SHOES
tale that their lust before the dinner little fellow whom Hcott Introduces In mmi
ed no part In tent the Arab cook rushed "Peverll of the "'..ak." He was born Or All Description*.
: of the door of the kitchen In nutiand England In 1O1U.
_.at of ItT for glass carafe In his band. When eight years of age he was presented -
Of. success la to the row of donkeys, : by the I>uke of Ilucklngham to Daily
Sand who packages tethered, clone by. Queen Henrietta In a cold pie. He afterward Sol Agents MONARCH and-On
i.1 Xn talking to tall of the smallest of the became attached to the court of Sunday EltW QUALITY Bhoei Erectpair :
.naturally hastily thrust It Into the Charles I. At one of the court uia.ka
', his teeth It two or three vigorous the king's porter a man of gigantic Semi-Weekly warranted.J.
tt on the ., the bottle and then aa size. who used to torment the little Manasse. Ieet
"Wmtetcoat and tbe unconcerned tall. (dwarf, pulled from one pocket a loaf
hair crease cleansed! the water bottle of bread and from the other Jeffrey, I SUBSCRIIYIUItICEz
.Nrsr. a mussed I It.. In Syria also that much to the surprise and amusement BY MAIL. The Florida
,__..e. tones fashion exlt of shaving I of the ....... *' coats In different ways, at this time only eighteen Inches In
re nen..t tear. . . . . (7 .OO
..e.... lady of fashion shave her height. Six months . . . . . 8 6O Fruit and Truck GroveL i
\ .. A. choice breed of don- He remained at this stature until be One month . . . . . 80
t ...... It "" a* "llsgdad DltI......" to was thirty years. of age! after whicha One week. 12
:atj"m.. most dill In the neighborhood of curious exception to the laws of Sunday only, one year . . 2 00 J. RRUMUT, KJllor sob rrep'r.OCALd .
(, ****%" said a New llielr long hairy cwt growth took place since Jeffrey rapidly TilE DAILY JOURNAL. .'(.A.
psMnral calls .* white or pale gray ad- grew to be three feet nine inches In
jtlM (Including the Saturday edition).
C'ltPIlu height, whereas most men do not growa
K. .bred of
a 1 one quarter of an Inch after the age of One yesr. . . . .$5 OO One Year.. ........ ...... fl.io! !
hwMlt'a theological I waa a ..' n..1 .........._ D........ thirty. This dwarf had an enormous Six months month . . . 2 50One 45 Mlagl cepie. .. . . .

y smiled. to the habit the great Amer- head sal very large hands and feet; One week. . . 10 .
has of wanting the kind of otherwise hU proportions were symmetrical t
:> church who
;*. Tflay Foil tested wire service of the Associated
t hotel cashiers dislike and and his face was conldredhandsome.
Ids m.uiA
pecuUartUe Press and a large and efficient A handsomely illustrated
.;'talking with him a ... of." sald'oae of those .-Youth's Companion. corns of correspondents over the United devoted especially to the t ntn1'.tIthe
,' -Shall I offer a '1'OU."t..*. Mny are the ' S..,.. fruit and vegetable, *.'.en
Toor day that I am called upon The news while it Is n*!... Florida.A .
\ Short or Ions rMi"Hislly. for fifty cent [ DiftI Special features in Sunday's Journal special trial subscription o. t'
'1 snV said h*. ...... won't snswer. They a anASIIYKU Colored .
.' More. and more dollar though why that section.Household Hints by Marion liar- ....&.. 8&a111a&ak....
h, ttatsd. end then ,, I've never been able to land and How to Preserve Your
&. Py far No cashier care to keep Health aDd Beauty by Mrs. Henry
|A.wBxrcis* your hsml. but always. maintain D. ft. 8J.". AUCHUA COUNTY
.to selection of tor of quarters and dims. Gossip from' Foreign Courts by spec
-00 of their greater conven! ial orrepondnta. is """III.! >., *-'r.. i<
Alschua county
i t. A ;_.. )" of the guests also besj Complete society section containing area, ha 948 miles .'Jro.'If,
,Tbe' minister's llar note. despite the fact Very Low Rate Round-Trip Sum- both local and foreign society news mils wagon road. 8* I+o.to:
together with all of the news of 'b.d.J. '
forms of
t.-.aAt. Th. ctrl currency they are la public school. 27Kints.
Tourist Tickets .
obJecttoasM W. never mer mill. '7S,11I1 e G
... 9O
n cootbl. Carrier servlee. .In tOO aw .
.If..!Ig.' Mm t\) ,x tn. > voluntarily and pay them On sal.dally to variooe resorts North cities. Subscribe through over towns local and eve .....pape", and. ,stn r
!; .. sad West, limited October 3Ut to your does cotton. rue ,
whA. ... tame It they come Ia"-W&.b- re ...a.. or send your subscription direct corn a
.. ...wesjt and '''' turn laelodiag Okleago. Mllwsukee, to Circulation iv partment Atlanta orb rye. potatoes. pineapDaioenille 7'an.
,;: biptallh Minneapolis. K' Paul. Denver, Colo- Journal Atlanta u.. .... peecbH. .n p
and cb .eg'ii
*** redo Spriaga, Pas bio.Extremely eaae. a.a4 all kl..d. or
-'r e csJled' out. Bent Her Double.
low rates to Portland
:ft', ....... to wash ,. no one. for four .e.ka,when Ore., account I.ewi* .A Clark Cent n.nial .
-TSS... ," said MaryWhat with typhoid sad kidney Kxposition ale to 8aa Fraaeiaco the County; S Seat f ,
'1 * you '" Mrs. Annie hunter of and Los Aagei**. ,
-Itsndso On. X am TegrrWU. last Vs.* **aod what I got better Only lln operating through sleepers Has fourteen churefc, tr:1
from Florida to Chssngo. ."
had one of tk best doctors Only Un operating through sleepers hoaas.. three n.'l'v. :
' ... I I waa beat double. ,and bed> from FtorMn to B*. Xxrais with dims: privat....... States Und oSl: L *
hands on knees when X ear s.rtiee.Threegh. ;=:*
my alarm yt.
water, tee : ,
my ....... ........ to Caltfor ''0 .,
this terrible '
, tetloo I Hc" .
eMstebts. I .... shale f
"Pre rHl. ears. liaeet :?:.E. tbtee
And your nrw by deotrt Bitters, whisk dinias err servlc UB t.. South. Because they are the best .....Naga shape g4t..two mtkM __ "taw.
-Ob:, I let them health sod .''''0&\1&. and AM tee U.ksta trig L.S 11. In UM land for the I ,s jrssd..two f.fl. .-r.
walk..JM straight as ever, flee ester ?pert rMMebr. eor poles money .!.rlMR ........
.. $ d. a M "" ;,, I..".Cht...... 1'1.-' ..' Wan.SlM reas.. Ask, ,y( i 'dealer for ,the :ttke......t.

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,r H...... PrastkapytTw. H* la Arrested and Held In Jail on atuDskk Pianos .
a Murder
Mme'Y ,
: th
:f. Kits :5.,,tlgaIn 'tire aDd- Albany Ga. July 26.--At Beiott la Air Line Railway

.Y Maata.; bill J17! by Mr. Han. of Bi1 b. Lee county Sheriff Denny shot and 5OTEI) FOK %M1EET5Z >DPTJK1. ,

!. *** calendar o* the,house, killed Joseph M. Oliver a middIe-a ed . FOR. . f AI{
t_ IIpoD the Defeated on. FWdaymck white man. The tragedy'-waa the result TT OK TONE, POTTER ASD

1..t1A It. turn.of two .<*.*. the heave of a disagreement growing out of I'CRABILITT. Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southern
tae alter a note Oliver la said to have written
iflll action
dered, Its
. 1dL1 &.-. by a vote of TJ to M. to 1a jest the mother 2LOliver of Denny. The aherlfi Pines Raleigh, Richmond Wash-

.s Witrteoad' of the measurepromised D nny and \Vesly 1-7. <>... piano t.l-. vbU wrlear eUaaat. atanAata
brought up again; at .... Baltimore Philadelphia
be ington
: loue' .. -
. !It the rairoad track and began to discuss t&a oU> r eoo tnjevd oft ,
..* ion.nxyred bee .rt&la. and rent srtr..ew '
lM, pr.eot a reeoaaideraUon. of the matter. Denny. It Is alleged Invited ...-.maa.ha p M&ala.a1. New York.
Y .t. tla.l1 bill Immediately* after Oliver to step aside a few paces t. to da-t every ,
sati'psaa and settle the affair. When they detail sad Va.aest.d. .

,p., _. btil Iac or will the takeIt jOYrDL.n. placeat U eh'rf stepped aside Denny drew his revolver . Three Elegant Trains Daily. '4 .
and shot Oliver twice- through the
the calendar M reoonaloered. body. killing him Instantly.Denny Bold by as continuously for
sot "d cannot alOtQS tap **mta Seaboard Express.Y
i will "' was arrested and la In Jail
.Hall 'd.
.- this ".soo.Mr. at Leeburs. charged with murder. VER THIRTY: -TWi YEARS
1 far a* to say If the bill
u CO IU Olivet** body was brought to this eltyrot'
_d b. reached on the oalendar at intermentOliver Seaboard Mail.
.100. I will move to table It. without a single failure. If TOO
ell ? Is survived by a wive and several want a piano for a lifetime's "$
say t..;
I can
' Ia
1'It email children. service the
'. The house passed by a tote .of 88Fi buy MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT! '
the bill by Mr.. Stead, of Carrol I
t 1Vlathuleche 15. T
b jtend the powers of the pureedsamisaion Veterans Visit Battleground. "

. so aa to give that body theWhory Washington. 'D. XJuly 'S ..-,After Prl .* M low .. u'eoatiateal .11. Q..a.ztY.: Only Line Operating.

to require railroad to re- being In this city and Alexandria Cash or on .u t...... Seat oar .1 a.).' ../1'
;pl.e. receipt for and forward at once since Friday night the veterans of the trial %v. par fr.Urfc.. Writ Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New OrleansFor '.
. for Seventh Georgia Regimental association for pr1... TODAY.
frt'gbt! tendered to them ship-
1Iftlt. This measure 1* Quite aa 1moo which held a reunion Friday at. full information and sleeper reservations call on any agent Seaboard Of t
' one a* the railroad com- ternoon at Groveton Battle cemetery. writ A. o. X4cI>O ELL. s. o. BOYLSTON.: Ja.. it'

pulOD"runt Is now without power to re* In PrInce Williams county, left Alex* Ludden & Bates Asst. General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent !

railroads to act promptly In tttniporutjoa andrta last evening for Frederlcka- JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. 114

sr of freight Th. bill r.. burg. where they win, visit the points . -- -- .. ... .. .-- . -- .-. -- '

."I'd S7 votes and Speaker. Glaton's of, Intereet In Richmond and Peters Southern Music House Take The
este In Its favor gave It the required burg. The veterans In a body attended Atlantic Coast Line l

tioMtltiitlonat majority and It now the service at Christ Episcopal SAVANNAH, GA t.

es o'er to the senate.In church and heard a sermon by the FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS .
rector Rev. William J. Morton. They JOHN D. MURPHY, Mgr
the Senate.Important pent most of the time while here at ESTABLISHED 1870 Via via Yta

Tw'o king: taws of the bills state relating were to Intro-the the where Confederate they were home entertained on Prince by street the, GAITHER & BRYAN, State Ag'ts, N arts :k o.>BTti" East t J.efrw.srtL'e" o at S oath3sewp:: W eat t J;=;

'.1l'I'd in the senate by Senator McfsVnry TAMPA, FLORIDA.
local veterans and members of th4
Rapid Transit juid Unsurpassed Service
auxiliary society. ------ --- --'-
, The 0:1blcb will likely attract
LOW RATESFOR Time Tab!. in effect Arril 16. Ik\\
neb AtvntUm relates to loana to ofIsxrs -
One Dollar Saved Represents Ten Dol Depart For (JAI'E8\"IL.E" Arrtv From '
of thB bank. This measure _. .--.. . _- .. _. ,
*skt to amend section 1.14 of the lars Earned. 3lOpmDnlly I High Springs and Inter ) 8.0_. Y.,

".d. of 1832! : providing for additional The average man does not save to Special : Occasions t mediate. Point* )1 Dally : '
curtjr: on loans to bank officer exceed ten per cent of his earnings.He -- --- "A
. The ball provides that a loan exceedac must spend nine dollars In livingexpenses VIA l2slSpm: Ocala, L**.burK ...dT.mp..Dd j a.opa

ten per cent of the capital took for every dollar ...ed. Thatbeing Dally Intermediate! Points Daily ,tl

fl the bank shall not t>e made until the he be SOUTHERN RY.TWO '
( case eannot too earful :6Opm: Palatka. Jacksonville. l sal pas,
[yprovell l by the majority of the dl about.unnecessary expenses. Very Dally North East and West : Dally .'
',etors of the bank. "evidenced by often a few cents properly' Invested TRAINS DAILY EAST.
.IU .I!)roture"* In writing." like buying seed fur his garden will Leave JarknvtlIeOslO a. m., 7sSS: p. m 13 :OO p mDally L High Springs, Wayerosa, Savannah Brunswick I I ill paa '
Albany, Atlanta, all Points North East West
, .Sntor )lcHenrotber measure save several doll.,.'oatl., later on. It ._ _. . _Dally_ "
--- --- - --- - ---
'.'.25 Atlantic N. J. and
City retarn.
eels to create lien .
a agaJnst the
asfans the in Chamberlain'sColle
is buying
samp On sale dally. Limit October BI26pm ttUaat ,
of bank In favor of holder* off Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. 81. 1000. I K 00 h.11.. Mieanupy and Oltra I
,$cays .>r collateral aeat for coiled h[ but few and bottle Daily Dally
costs a cents a ..7:; 'Bar harbor Maine, and retarn. -
loa and remittance to holders of re- of it in the house often saves a doctor On sale daily. Limit October -----

,-pt.. bill of several dollar For sale by all 1. 1905 tfiO a ni '

irdiue Bettor of rurr bounds bill provldlac by the different for the druggist T i, _ _ _ ,return.934.1O On Saratoga sale dally.Springs Limit N. Y.October. and .:.Monday L- __ = High I Springs 1':' 7 :

mntl of the state for the purpose One Life la Lest In Flame 81. iBDo.
[a! tracking criminals was passed by Little Rock. Ark.. July 2 .-BsU- 937.OO Washington I>. 0.. and retarn. Interchangeable Mileage Tlek.ts good over ISjOOO mllee of among taw ash
0. aeoate. mates of the loss by fire In the destruction On sale daily. Limit October Ipal railway In the Boa them State. are on sale by. the principal...*.. \}
of the Arkansas 81. 18O Ttir*"***!h Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to Mew York, via Atlantis OoMi\
Will Interest Democrat Line J also via Atlantis Coast Line and Bout...... Railway.For .
Many* company's three-story building and, TWO ItO T!)$ Daily West. complete Information all oa
Even: person should know that Roodikalth newspaper and printing plant ..bowsan _t
Leave Jackseatllle 7145 .. *B., 7.&& p. a J. A. GOODWIN. Ticket Agjwot. OalnaavllJ*.
If the aggregate loss of
it impossible kidney are $180.000. with Insurance Add.'r
946.04 Chicago HI., and return ,
[4tna,td Foley's Kidney Cure will 100000.. Dan D. Taylor a OM sale daily. Limit October 81. 1BOO FRANK O. BOYL8TON. DIs. Pas*. Agt. W. D. STARE Trav. Pa *. ..........
"'"r kidney and bladder disease In ev- sttreotyper. who slept la the third 92O.4O" Louisville Ky.. and return 138 W. Bay *&.. Actor Sslldla., Jaekoavlll, Ii... "
ey form and will baUd up and story of the building was burned, to Tickets on sale July 29, 80, limited H. M. EMKR80N, Traf. >Mgr., W. J ORAIU. 0... Paa*. Alt ,'
|ar njrtben throe! organ so they will death his charred remain being found August 1O. Iftuft.919.A5 Wilmington. N. O. Wllmlagton. W. O. .'\

[ftrform their functions properly. No In the ruins. The fire had gained great KDosylll., Tenn. .Dd return -

...."'rof Rncht's disease or diabetes ; headway before It was discoverd. It Tlekets on sale July IS, IK*.
S' fER'N"RA.
If Fot.\ .,'. Kidney Cur I. taken In i started! In the basement, but there I* limited until Sept.15davs 80..1WB.Dlalat Extension. by deposit. .U.----T. ,- -CW.---.AV.
[fa*, J W McCollum A: Co. no definite Information aa to bow It
.. ----- originated. ; Can Nerrlce. ala carte. Effective May aa, 1905.2jretlbslr .
' Fight Results Sleeping ear reservations and d.. n ... ._ ._
'In Death.
,\ .
tailed Information cheerfully furnished
Wtrrnni.. Ca. July 28.-A* a result Feel Imp."dinS.Doom.. upon application. Passenger oJHee Trains East !(o. .4 !<.. tQL North sad 11r..t. He,'

/t J fl< he Wsjrriw ffvling Imprndiug Jaeksunvlllft. Ho. Ky 0 T a I Lv Jaoksonvillo. Fla.Lv Ho. Ity.Ho. t
J. O. LTJoK. District
hsi on Abe Jacksonviller the minds of many victims of Bright'* Jacksonville. Kla.' Passenger Agt. t(.,. Ky 11 4Oa 1O Op Jesup. (I.. Ry. 1OJHo.
, i sK lx>wllc C. Jr. was killed disease" and diabetes has been changed Lv Havannali Ho. Ky 1 ZOp 13 loa Ar "...a. Oa. Ry.Ho. 1<
wd n. r Crews was badly cut In - .. --. .-- --- Ar Columbia Ho. Ky 6 Up O OOaAr Ar AUa.. ..u. Ry. ItAr
,snet: I iaeIThree:' shot were to thankfulness by the benefit derived Charlotte 1'40. Ky 1O 3$p g..5AaArUreensbor ltome U. Ho. Ry.Ho. TAr
L'4 II ',.N a and from taking Fuley's Kidney Cure. Itwill THE SUN ... Ho. Ky 1 Ua 12 Alp Dalton tVt. 1 head Dowllng was shot cure i incipient Brlght's disease Ar l)snvill.. .H.,. Ky :3 Jla :a lOp Ar (Jhattanouga, Tenn Liu. It y.

. lac, r..,. father and stomach. DarK and diabetes and even 'in the worstcasrs JOB PRINTING .Ar ktehPJond Hu. Ky a 6lU 4Jp Ar Islington, Ky ,y, d 0. 1
of the man who ArCinelnnntl.ll .t O. T
.tta. i.FHtl gives. comfort and relief. Blight Ar Lynehburg Ho. Ity 4 34a 4 *'pAr
cut:: Cows, and Bveette! ChsrloitrsvllUHo. 8 ISa 6 Lv (Jmeiiitiati, 0. lag our
11:.: disorders are cured In a few day. "I DEPARTMENT Ky lOp
*" sgo. Ill lug Four 7
Crew wlU recover had diabetes in it* worst form. writes Makes Specialty of All Kinds Ar Ilaltlmore. i'. R. It. U in* U :SAp Lv Cincinnati. OAr fa I.iss.e
1\t tt'! *..i, tho result of an old 3ar4on Lee of Dunreath. Iiid. "I tried Ar \V. Ph'del'fa 1It, It. 1 Up a Boa <;hiea.n. Ill,I l'a I.lns.)
r4. .1 eUcht phyvicisus without I rwlief. Only and ArNeirYork _I*, 1C. It. 4 I8p6 POs
iat, the part lea are proml I three bottles of Folov's Kidney Cur. of Plain Fancy Lv t Incuna.". U ,O. t .R
Ar CMoajrn.: Ill Mono
'd.Forced. made me a well man" J. W. MeCol. Nn. 34-">.. York and Florida Ea- '
lum A Co._ _ _ pr.s.." nail Drawing' Room Lv: Ciitflliinatt.OA (3 11 w .
to Starve."f CommercialJob sleeping Car Fort Tampa and Jaekson* r T"I du. OAr
s R y Secretary Wilson Sick. ?ill.. to New York .P..troll. Mich P. ftra

,, Concord Ky.. says t Washington: July 3' -B .cretary Ja*. No. oAVashlna-ton and Florida 1.vCIneinnsii.01'I: a..
Ibh r' Jr. I suffered sonnies, with Wilson, of the department of agrlcul LimllMj.' Daily IVtllman Drawing Ar I'lttsburg. 1'a l's .

? upper lip. so painful'. .nre.! Is confined to his apartment! aa Himm Hlcrplng Car Jaaksouville to ,. Lv. ('..nelona, OAr 11 g orig..

.t 1 ** I could not ..,. After the result of an attack of acute Indigestion Printing New.York.. ._ t'J.v.lan 'v everything else. I cured lie was takvn 111 yesterday -- Lv l..ilnau: u, iwyAr
a' '. Arnica Salve." It's TI........ 'TlM Laud, tile Mat** >.. HOLT UiuUvllle. Ky ,$u.
but continued at the department . .For. .
t r . Ar St. Lrsoi.. MoAr .eks;
ssLi eats and wounds. AtYOU throughout the day He Is Improving Jacksonville., . ,,Bo.: Ky 7 Mp
AHUIMOM. Ala ,$ ,
.uoly' 25e. rapidly: and I* expected to return to Iv Havannah, Oa. Ho. Ity 12: 16. Ala o
Ar Klrralngham. ..g..
. duty tomorrowWill Business Men, Ar Columbia H. O,. No. Ky d *,,,, Ar Memphis. Teen .P
Ashevllle.X.. U. . Mss. Ity I fop A
rK.nsa.Cit Mo .
Ar Hot $prisg.1 N. C 'Ma. Ky 3 alp I -
LOVE YOUR Issue New Crop Report.Washington. Professional Men At Knoivllle, Teen H" *.. Ky d W/p .Sfitn phis* Tenn. ... tAf dd( '
ArlxMiUvllle"' t4.s, Ky HUM | Hot Hpring. ArI .... ,,. . '"
2* .-It %aJl an.
WIFE DMTROAST July > Manufactories Etc ArKt. LoaU. K.,. Ity 4 MpArCinHaaatl I Nu. 1H""TheDally l"IwltM b'' Lsl
noonrtd at the dvp.trtOM'm of agriculture d
<1 A << 1ft* Solid vest tees; the._ _
to-lay list a rP"lI.M'd ratlsnate or

: HERr the acreage of cotton planted this y.*r Legal Blanks on Short Notice. No. BO Dally Pullman Drawing dy Car*.eoaebee Jacksonville and ioSCo. natl. 'ti

as compared with that of lt Dear -It| Koom and Bo... Nlreping Car between 1f -- t'alla aa> asg

: ,. '< her probably tMt made and given to the The following letter one of ashmall -J.-.ylll.- and 011140..11.- .. Nlesp.nsr Oar bet.) .t* "Jaektloe
//I r. to bake the family public tomorrow at 12 o'clock noon order eoctome.a is self.explaaao tilrrtolngnam. M. a bU, Kansas
T hot summer month Wry ruelkal.. Dials tar servire. and Colorado Barfa*]*. s

year Bread iroaa Lou&;9 III.. Ky.. Feb. 27. IOC*. -- -- - - --- -
:i. Make the Liver U.efy. II. II. >UCreary.iVar ARRIVAL* AT JACKSONVILLE.Frutn : H-:

; ..Keystone lak rJ... Ortao Laxative Fruit Syrup girdperIIaoent ()OaJ.ua.flits Keeeived ria. the printing Hew York. W..hl..aoa.fo.. J 79, 'Wa SJ toq and Florist*r
'"*' ,f relief In ae of ha banal .&.ftI Iisi m. '
; time. work sad moo.y. matter !. doe time, sad will say that
lra4' ",.M >......... llpatloa as It .I..la"he liver it Is perfectly .." ......,.,. 1 lik. thee Tress" New York Wuhlo.too.No.. 38. Waahlogtua and V
JIIIII7 .. -
p r2) :.. ..\,
sa ef lb.rgarw. . 'Of
1+". of and restores Ibis natural action T.lsfjsi ao mueb. Many Uwsaka 'for 5law r
A'e the cJ' AJ.D O.k.rf, trees s ,.. Asheville .ter-p.29."Was Ugton and
la orderYoare
I filing .
ad wlUMmft Irrllatttag the** your prsjaap
nom .. Ited'I >
& .ry p .wI awl.u of trul iOOa. m. .: '. ''';; :JI'V.'a \'
& mMera. _p Mda/a. I. ... MwaMKgt I.or stwlaary _aad 4Jtarti,!, avlld ea. itoe aad ,..... K..O. ,.,...._...... .radar Cnl*...r C.aet noaU. & ...MIfs.l ..w''".

k1I&P'4..j. ...ot"!,. 1 .., .11I'" ...... ,.l,">j'io "'tS.-& .. .t l.r. ,; ......' ./,' t:U. Lsl 1c:""':"'f':". -:" ':"" ,,"' ,"


"_. --_._. ,
If you want a bargain In Tour.lot <"- Be sure and new suit at J I ..'
ClTYAIID' get your
I If. I '
S OF .near the new University- Webb at J. M. Endel's. d3t
The shed on the south side of the
f.: COUNTY CON NSED Remember the leading colored barber square In front of the Porter building (01 1

.... jhop lo the eity. Foreman k Rob I is being improved In appearance by a' UnDrUT Anlno
10.00.215 \V. Main --
street S. d6t - liberal application of paint.

.}.W-rs of Attend,Interest Oath- C. E.'Melion of Mieanopy, one of the Frank D. Irwin or Fairbanks a progressive .,

;. red by Our Exporter leading citizens of that town was merchant and all-round good FULL LINE OF
f transacting business in this city yes Our Big; Values citizen of that place, was transacting

"} AND SOCIAL ITEMS terday. business in Gainesville yetttrdaf NEW GOODS.

.pfRSONAL Ladies who get their calling cards In all Tam H.: Cato of Alaehua was among
,! Happened.nd What la Going printed at The Sun office, 25:: for 60 the visitors to this oily yesterday. Mr. ---
. Wt Haa cents, have five votes in the Agents tor...
Cato that of
states crops are progressing
: Told In 8ho>t P.racra ph a
; ?Happ" contest. DRY GOODS nicely In his* section and as a result Monument, Tombstones.
, .;: That "He Who Runes May Read"lr Miss Nellie he and Iron 'r .
,M Se Reeves, a charming farmers arts happy Fences. ,. ;

't It.. Tr.eSun. young lady of Mieanopy, was among Keeps Us Busy. R. E. Letton of Newbern. NO'1 who See Our Samples }'

(" Grest nlUM ai J, (an....'.. those who came .to Gainesville yeater- formerly resided at Mieanopy., writes .... -- .

for sain at The Sun any on a shopping expedition. the editor of The Sun that he has Just
,1V i Old newspapers .Personal attention to all matter la?
Oapt. "-. M. Bodd. stock claim agentof returned from Niagara Falls and Can
... tf this line Mail and trleicraph *r4rprvaaaily. i
ember the Big'Coat Sale .at J.yu.1.e' theAtlantic Coast Line with head Big Assertmeits"efEmbroideries ads. H* reports a delightful" trip attended to.

: .. quarters in St. Petersburg was in the J. t'. Banknlght has made material _c _
city on official business yesterday. Improvement of the sidewalk around

:: ls4ie.'callingeardsla latest stylespcu. When you want a pleasant laxative Laces his property on the corner of Union Gainesville. Florida' *J

.. office. that is easy to take and certain to act, and Cast Main streets, occupied by A, .
"' 1.A. StricklaDd of Hague was tradM use Chambertaln's Stomach and Liver and all Wash M. Poornell A SOD and the postotttoe. I

m the city yesterday. Tablets. For sale by all druggists Dudley Williams did the work. THE CONTINENTAL
;..: rife room cottage for rent-barn Mrs. J. B. Wilson and Miss Lyde Goads. Mr. and Mrs. I*. U. Woods and son rah,

:pi liable. F. MCe11oa. Bowers of Bartow who have been on a have returned from _\' /ili* Springs eAFE-RENTAUiLt T.

,.. ETSM Halle made brief profession- brief visit to Mr. and )Ir.. B. R. Col- where they have been recuperating

."'it nut to Starke yesterday. son, Alaehua avenue returned to their some time on account of oM r. Woods' .t

Deputy Sheriff Thomas Harris of An. home yesterday.H. health Friends will be pleased to
Mrs. Wilson
R. learn that he Is deal better
lioeh wa. in town yesterday. M. Sherouse of Micanopy a lead_ a great

'. Jesse I. Griffin of Jonesville was ing manufacturer of that town was in --
trading m the city yesterday. the city on business yesterday, Mr. Don't forget the excursion to Tampaon

;', Hoo. and lot for sal in_ South Sherouae owns and operates a sawmill July 3l"t over the Seaboard Air' Tom Wilson Was Charged With Disorderly -

GamrfTille.; Apply at Bun
.'< y. .\. BUtch of Montbrook was rest- Remember the cheap rate to Tampaon to return until l August 8. Special train Tom Williams, a colored man, was i
kissed st the Brown House yesterday. the Slat initant. Tickets only $2: .25 will leave daiuesville at 11 a, m. arraigned' before Mayor Thomas

'' )I.;. Priirjtera! of High Springs was round trip Rood returning August 3. i J, 11. }Prnter the popular and efficient Wednesday morning upon a charge of

'tm<>ng the visitors to this city 'yeatcrlrday For particulars see Mr. Cobb. agent I mayor of Mieanopy, was in town disorderly conduct. The charge was -
Seaboard Air Line. Special train willleave yesterday and made The Sun an agree preferred by another negro Allaby .;<'\ I

L J., Pope, the naval stores operator at 11 a. m. able call =Mr. Prater Is engaged In nilmati, who claimed that \VtUou was (U'I" corner South of lontoffl). '1"nre. '

:.f Rochelle, was in the city on business The increased demand for Blue Ribbon the saw null business and says that the guilty of an assault upon his boy. t.itr: sad tale Drip t...... l !1
lemon and vanilla extracts proves warm weather of the past few weeks After hearing the evidence in the "'..1.,. ...'..

'J.tPnbJ. that the best housekeepers are delighted has been very hard on his mules usedin ease Mayor Thomas released, the de ,
Boarder wanted at 200 East Church .. _ ---l.
- H
with the famous Blue Ribbon flavor. hauling It I 'K*. fendant.
'creel at $3 per week for board and Auk your grocer for Blue Ribbon lemon lira W H. Iligdon and children Williams bears a very good name EE

room d8iWe and vanilla. Takes leas Flavors per have returned from Kissimmee Har- among those who know him, all stating S M I T N' JOUNTSIAll

haTe the Odorless refrigerator fectly. tow and M: I'etersborg, where they. that he''Is a peaceable, hard-wnrking WELL

you hare the' money. We would like E. K. Rosborough Windsor, representing have for the |,*at few weeks been on a man and law-tbldtng chi..... .
nal rd ,.
to '- a wholesale grocery concern pleasant 1u to ,elaI.... They were
'. Ladie.get your visiting cards at The of Jacksonville, was in the city for a accompanied home by Mia LummieHigdoii THE COTTON CROP. the old standards and >j jtlio

loll office and vote for your favorite in few hours yesterday. Friends of Mr. M charming' young lady of But choicest of tho new onesHIns ;
Rust Has Set I Is Not Serious
tk library conteat. RoaborouKlt will be glad to learn that Bartow and M Mister of \". B. Iligdon. isHiicd.
and a Fair Yield E_pectsd. t
Wanted -Ky lady and gentleman he is making a great success aa a commercial who will spend some time here Ask '
Some farmers from the northern and hee them ns they1
herd in private family. Address B tra..eler.Notice.I.lber.1.
Mr ..n.11", U. W. Bromley and '
northwestern sections of the ( cannot bo dinplayed( to aavantagu '''
nr inn office. 3t
reward will be paid son and Miss= Annie Cannon left yes
that rust Is In those in
To Tampa and return July 31, only for return of lady's silver watch and terday for l'rincessAnne, :Md.. where n (,trio.
notions, but that it I. not severe and
025 aboard: Air Line. Special cameo pin, set In gold, which were they expect to spend the remainder of
Irvin !Iaf<*' at 11 a. m. stolen from my house July SOth. Watch I the summer recuperating. It Is not very little loss to the crop will retolt. I Fine Fadeless Fotograft
The Is and
plant opening rapidly
Mi.. Marion Kutch left yesterday has the inscription S. G. S. on caae. No because of thf heat that they are leaving many :
grower will begin picking !In a few From Locket to Lit. 81... i44M:
far Paytona. where she goes on a visit questions asked if returned at once. but they desire to visit their old r.
blues Etta Freeman. Communicate with roe or A. I'. Reed home, and this I. tae season when Mr.Brumley days. SMITH'S STUDIO
', Indication are that the yield wilt be
Wm. B. Turner. City dot can best afford 1.0.1.....
Get your Job printing The Sun Job bout the same as last year, with a
diet and Remember the Gainesville A Gulf ._--- "" -- -
you can vote for your favorite slight Increase In acreage. The eon -
io the library contest. has round trip rates to.hl'. springs Slatted drouth during the early' summer a
tan{ wanted on Sundays at only $1. Train Ie.'fl'n.ln..hle.t. NEW YORK had the
to log small mill ; from a tendency to set crop Miss M. Norton.
ItoMo( 10,ii"11> feet per day.' Call on or 8:30..01., returning at back to some extent.Had r
Un-ti. J H Prater Mieanopy, Fla. 9:30 p. m., and affording a whole dayat

A. F Scott, Stephen B.Cullen and this favorite resort. Cheaper than RACKET.Cheapest a Big Time. Gainesville Circulating
hiring buggy: and passengers are enabled
\sIt' Mount Vernon Lodge Nu.au Knight
M H..II$ of Hague formed a *
to spend a day on the banks of ...Library...
jUy trio of visitors to the county capltal 0f Pythias,. had a big time at It* regular .
the famous old Huwanee river, tf.
yesterday Store Earth. weekly meeting Tuesday evening,
Jill. Mamie{ Beville a' charming Ticket Agent Roberts of the Atlantic on the occasion being refreshments and a Oaly' the Latest Popular Hrtl.. ;
Coast Line Alaehua. was in the moker after the regular session
,.... )lily of Kuahnell; I Ie in the city -
city yenterday. It is understood that the which the
lodge. at Rank of Esquire
.swish .
to Mi. liessie Bunch 8. Ar- Ht'KCtAI HUMMkJi: T !tMM. Iset
Moodo street. Mr. Roberts will soon resign' his position wa *oaf erred upon one candi r weeki' feitowla ,eyes .!...._ ..,.;,
and enter the mercantile businessat date. tae the w*.... iiuob B..., fM>' be "kept
If you have job printing to do bring Alaehua, as he has great confidencein Then were number of visitors at ...,.y.r use ee.ii "heN' r........
*to The :sun office. For every dollar's that town which has enjoyed a re.roarkable this meeting, to say nothing of the

*.wthof.. work you get you have ten growth within the past two member of the lodge with the result -"-_. -. .. ...- "-
on ih. Library contest. years. He is a clever young m.o. and that It was one of the la A eat gather OAIXKMVII.LK'H KAVOK1TB

c.. ('o'nt of III health Dr. \\ H. will no doubt enjoy a fine trade. I... of the order sine the last distrlct -

"*'!1..1 > sell his family horse and After couple of days spent among meeting here, KEHOKT.Alaehua :!' t
w# .. .
rentri office room furnished. his friends In this eity. during which At the close of the lodge refreshments -
Lqui'J ,fv ||, ,palmer. d5wl. time he was working the trade. Max of lee cream and cake WM

tMly l. 'MiaineavlMe to Tampa and Krauaa the clever traveling represent -' served followed by fln. cigar. During Pool Parlors;;,

morn f a :aboard Air Line Monday ilea of Neil A Co., shoes Savannah this part of the program many addresses

I,*'j T !k.ta good returning August : l left yesterday for other points. MrKrauss were mad. "on the good of the (.. ll.rra, Preprleter. .
fe"ninUr the date. Special train I la not only one of the oldest, orel.,."and among the visitor speak

"""'. at I ., m, but one of the most widely known and WATCH THIS SPACE ing w.reV... K. Dow of High Bprlag \

W I II >-icl' "r of Waldo was In town most successful salesmen in the State, LodgeUtrlct> Depot Oraad Chan ,

May .ud. made The Son n plena and his friend everywhere are always sailor' Prof. Arthur William of Talla- Located In the Porter Block,
..11 ta\\ him.READ. liae***. and J. If. Coffee ef Waldo.
f SeigUr la one of the old glad to see roit AN .Ide aauare. Three rlrat-clas Nk'Mv.
.t Hh' m] and jnogi auecesfulrh The committee of arrangmau. and Good light, and prompt and
0-. ,If WaMo.f lo whom th* Knight are Indebted, service, The publio Is eordlall*

.* ,. enable of Kanapaha. memr THIS. INTKKKSTINOPHIFERBRO8.3 were f.. O. Lynch, M. II: Haanders and and n'way wal.nm..

.* "'f ",rm of Veoable A Sweario. Pnvon. T&"}... June 1, J"'U. J, A. Phlfer_

h. *: I ra"turer. of lumber and naf I>r. E, \\ hall t;,. '..oul.. Mo.-HeAl' Attention Voter
m It ,, r..-\un. WM m business| Sir: 1 have suffered several'years from ANNOUNCEMENT. ,
We wish to Inform the of S
.;' f I' e.iy ye.t.rday. kidney and bladder trouble and havetried patron
Th* HOB that no vote ar. allowed In
l! a number of preparations, bat
A. Ford and
r" d.a.h- the Library contest
on fur
It, f has money paid
'" truthfully that nothing
"u have can say
retarned from
advertising The .
fkin. th
Only <*
+cQ ,Kord proved so effective ... jour Trie Wonder -
,..;.. and daughter have wtan pay the sum of SI.23 or owr I)n
lit st the beach for ... which I can trathfolly recom.
uteerlptlooe to The Pally Mon or tho -
.L--a sr., J were only Joio d, bj Mr. mend CJao. W. Ceatsn.ea. I ,'. whc pay ..... tor Job printing will be IEngine.

'. t { Iy. A TEXAS WONDER. 1 ... .... .,.... 1 allowed to vot*.
,-, 'w.n of Barto_. who has Tho e who py f i.95 will l>- .ll-iw.4
: DC the Us.lve. ,jity of Tenfo Use small bottle of the Texas Woad.r. / 15 votes for the organisation, nf their 43E

5i. a'' a.heill.. bas been the Hall's Great I>*01'.I'J, cures all chaise) flea entitling/ them to Sill
ay f' r r ,. .., and bladder troubles, remove .
I two days as a guest of kidney votes ail fft will entitle theft lo
--1 \f" B R. Colson He left gravel core dlabet*. seminal emissions W(1 votes.. rtsrstte, .
., ,r home when he will .weak and Law back, rbeuma- Absolutely the aft and moss
4' r. 9LaUoa. Uans sad all IrreguuMillee. of the kid Low IUte to While Bprle g.. nomi at power now on the mark**...
eUes-IK toZOhore Writ )!
j row
hN'r -fft Dr. ". ll.rsog Jr.. who nays sad, bladder in both men and 8pea4 s while at U'alte 8pri..., the Pr'....
s- : .i"adiag the poet /.. weeks women,regulate bladder truobl Innlldrva. .. l*.4hig fe*_IUi resort "f the 81&... Ontho This agio* I* not a "Jack a$

rat: r 'kv.ll.. K.J. directs If not sold by your druggtat, far-faaoed Suwana river., Tae tradee" wish dynamo or ba111rleO
b. thatL
\ -- seat i 0 kiss will b* seat by mall on receipt of II. OsJn..vItl.tad half offers the following .every trigger to k.*p you "
) at Ualo.towa bat It Jaek" to des,
h e :MD.. where h. will.*.. 0.. **aaJl bc4tJ i* two month treat.ld4 low rooad.Sv/p rate from O...... work. a4JM snUiaa. SoldRuaraats
t I In with Dr. A.Dattees clad :trust and .. ca teO to p.rfe.. atnttasl ,IU., Itoaday only."l f limbos Roos "e"ar you money hs1ssUV190r.

f,...s.. Dr.IY. ..... --. Dr. ..M*. W. Hall_Ie' P.UIYEIiS' COUXEU ....... sad f.seeeiag Manaa>f .f PI ,'I
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"'ft E Published Twice a Week--Monday. and Thursday



\f 71AFT PARTY IN JAPAN. rived here this morning paying his


Americane Royal Welcome by who ha charge of the state quarantine
: : Mikado' People. forces here received orders from: TERMS
,4IRIYE I IN GOTHAM Yokohama. July 2C.-Secretary of the Southern this morning giving all

,j!},.r War Taft and party received a. demon- quarantine officer the right to ride on

t'li; tratly. welcome to Japan. |he princi- all train .

n Komnrs Awaits Pleasure pal budldlnc streets and wharves ot New Orleans Official Trying To t What They Expect In Case Oia

'.,,; k r '- this city and the shipping In the bar PASSENGER RATE WAR ON. Dissolution.

Of President Booaevelt.ltNOORAM bor being gaily decorated. A noisy Subdue Yellow Jack._

f ______ display of daylight flreworka along thestriate Th Price of a Ticket from New Yorkto
: u'; IS NOT YBT ARRANGED fronting the harbor anounced STRICT SANITATION 18 URGED Chicago I* Reduced.Now SPECIAL COMMITTEE REPOR1

'- the arrival of the steamship Manchuria r York, July 26.-Railroad officials -
i.:;' .
at the quaranUne grounds as 7 .r here express considerable concern Committee Regard an Arbitration!
_.. Cltl-
!!h! .Party Was Met by Japan New Quarantine Are Being Put on
the rate war
o'clock this and continued over pasenger

mornIg Until
I" Convention, Between.the Two
I!'i I? of Gotham and Wa Given a the vessel was docked. Fruit Vessels May Be .Forced to which U now In progress between

F.., .......n" Receptlon-AII of the ForIgnor LloYd C. Grlftcom the American minister Seek New Port of Entry-Newo Oblc.K'f -New York line. tries a* the Proper Thing.-Commit-l

S 1 the attaches of the legation l and. Several of the road already have tee Recommendation,
,bl Are Enjoying Good Health. From Other Point on Situation.
; < Consul General H. U. Miller, of New put Into effect a rate of $10 for first-

Hew York. July .-'liaron Komura. Chwang. together with representative class fare from Chicago to New York. Stockholm July 26.-Th. ctai 1
New Orleans. July 26-No ar ly report committee appointed by th,
One of the longer Is charging cl
,Japanese peace plenipotentiary. of the Japanese luieprtal bou.ebold.1 route
of death from yellow fever deal with the crisis
to wbicu
d on the teat train from Chlca- foreign officers war department and and further reduction are thieat-
were received at the board of health the revolution In Norway tu....;> uv
:f..ont. tbe Peosylvanla road at 9:33: the Asiatic society then board the ened. The trouble originated In demand
today. (n today's mall wa sent outa ered .report.
made by the Michigan Centralfor : "
k today. Manchuria and extended formal greetings
: circular to every physician .In the The committee declare unan u,(o> ;
MAt' ;, the Jersey City station to greet to Secretary Taft and Mica Roosevelt a differential. The demand was uir
city urging the prompt report of all that the government bill c tun '
were about 40 Japanese me-r- who held an Informal reception considered by three arbitration commlsHkmers tie
canes of fever typhoid, malarial yellow adopted In the form in *hicr w.
demonstration a short time and
tae There was no upon the deck. The party was then ago was
the l ferryboat and otherwise *>o that the appearance allowed with certain limitations. The presented to the riksdag anti >Dus' ti'
.4t Jersey City but when I Ii driven to the railroad station through

:*S 4hed the fot of Twentythln1 tho crowded street and boarding a of new foci: may be Immediately Erie and the Grand Trunk however, that the riksdag shall 2gn! i II

i, established, screened and watched. Ingnesa to negotiate with" No 4 ry
H special train departed for Toklo at 10u. declined to accept the arbitration a* -
The doctor are also asked! to surrender nnal. The dissolution of the union t a
two roads Insisted that
m.. amid the cheer of tho assembled
multitude. Individual opInions they may the Michigan Central had no right to ,,17 elected storthing re
have and to co-operate with the state claim differential on through businessIn I of the act of union and a lJ ,i ua
Upon the arrival at Secretary
and federal authorities In a* rigid an which the New York Central shared. ''ot the union or It such rt'<|ncelved
Taft and his personal staff were
application as posisble of the general The Krle In the streets. declare that from Norway after t]' wr
taken to Shlba. where detached
a palace
screening of houses and cistern and they would glan people by a plt"bltu.'pclarE'd >
not object to allowing adla'erentlal
for their
-fl w ai provided accommo
dation.lIu Roosevelt the prosecution of sanitary measure to the Michigan Central on In favor of a dlssuiu' a

accompaniedMinister Meantime the city board of health 1* its union.
: Grlncom to the American legatlon. own linen, but beyond that point

The uneventfuland today making up a careful record for they will concede nothing. As a result The committee recorumemrthe

the voyage wait well. the atate board of all canes of nick. of the arbitrators the Michigan event of a dissolution of 'I''

party arrived ness and of the death since the fever Central put In a differential rate of Sweden should Insist on tn. o./ a ;

appeared 918 first-class passenger fare from Chicago terms:
Subscriptions are being taken to a to New York. The reduction was First, the establishment of a nn. ::

No Official Visitor. Received by President fund of $100.000 for the maintenance promptly met by three other Ikies andIt each side of the frontier in act
Rooeevelt. of a detention hosplul. Sanitation in Is intimated a firat-class rate of $10 the kingdoms within" which tV "

the French ,market quarter where the may soon be given. Ins fortification' shall be ra/.'.i *-1
Itay. I I. 26. Thl
July was
disease" Incubated continue That a4c- new fortification may not lit't ertrt,*:
one of the quietest week day the
president tion I I. now probably In a more cleanly Second the right of pasturing r*.:a:
bait had since his arrival at Sag.awore Price of Cotton Goo Upward. .
condition than it ha* been at
anytime deer belonging' to Swedish Lap..iM;
_ Hill for the summer. since the New Orleans. July 20-The cotton
wgr. : rigid : In North Norway.
Comparatively little executive bust- totemput market recorded new high level oi
which are into Third that the transit trade *i>- ul!
nee was brought to his attention effect to price for the season at noon the active .
prevent further Introductionof both countries" shall be secured a ad no official visitor at all positions being 17
elARON1KOMURA. were received. disease to 20 point
and by Increasing the period unjustifiable obstruction;
Although Secretary Root I* higher than yesterday's final. When
It; this city a hundred or more of detention" of ships from Central Fourth that the status of 5wri">o
not In Washington the affairs of the October sold at 11.26. an advanceof" 19
]*.. greeted the baron and bill American port and the Indie.thN"at In respect to foreign powers nil * department of state are now under his points; December at 11.30. an advanceof
with oheer while a band played lIa temporarily to drive the trail by the treaty shall bnry:
direction and all matter relating to tracSetn :Mobile. Galveston 20 points, and January at 11.32. an .
air. Penacola > '
Japanese national defined so that Sweden shal >- cos
that departmet are being referred by advance of 17 poInt.. Had crop report -
.The baron with (. naul General. and other ports. The fruit romps pletely freed from resp.Mi4il>Ulty for
the president to him. Include and of
They thearrangement nits : news large areas of abandoned
are now oouftlderlna
his entered H change of
Ida and two of suite Norway to other atates.
for the formal land because .
reception of overflowed valley
toarriag. and were driven to the entry fearing that their fruit The committee also regard an *rt>i I.
of the Russian and Japanese were the
peace en. principal causes
;'? 'atdorf-Aatorla hotel. II. W. Den- poll if subjected to the Incrt4td detention tratlon convention between s..fla!
voya. When the detail of these arrangementa with the assurance that Manchesterwas
IIu. an American, who I la attach and Norway a* desirable, athouu:
shall have worked out by New again In the market and that
't 'iU.. Japanese foreign office and quarantine are being put on.
doe not consider It an essential coa
the state department In connection but number of price of goods had been raised. at Fall
,lo baa boon la Japan for 35 year' I* with the town still refiuto to River dltlon for the dissolution of the un rm
I navy department they will be put the bar. Excitement was intense about
kjtartth Ute party Mr. I)nnlon says up The committee further pn.i..%<":'
communicated to the president for hi* The the ring and the outside public became
piney woods section
has no official capacity with the St Tarn- authorize the goverment to r.t..e. .a
approval heavily Interested
has during the morning
many to
delegation. The party was met The president practically has finished has quarantine and hour loan of 25000.000 which can by> t

Philadelphia by Oonaul General the preparation of the ad.lresseshe extended a general Invitation to resolution of the riksdag bm*-!"
faalda. Minister Takablra remainedtbls Orleans people to come there. available for such readjustment act:.
expect to deliver at Wlkebarre.and Wife of Broke Suicide
city, Mr. Sato, who I* the arrangement a* may be niniut.tb7
riiutAun.ua. N. T.
on the
+ Itof of *taff. said to an Associated I and llth of Augusta respectively. Twelve Cases; Eight Dtath New York. July 26.-Within fire the new- conditions

I;JrVoa* representative that there was no I Washington. July 2. \ report| recelved > minutes from the time Charles Marshall Regarding eventual nerotta'one:

JMWCram prepared for the baron and Husband Ota Wife' Fortune.Chlrir t here busy from Surgeon >\ u.te a Wall street broker left his with Norway the comittee J-c:.r 4

'tM did not know what would be done of the public health and Marine hos- wife apparently sleeping soundly In that whatever may be demsnii I f.f

,....... day to day until be had metlSlater .). July >C.-A dispatch to th. piral, service who I I. stationed at New bed today, the woman wrote her bus- the welfare and dignity of S.ejoa M

'j ,> Takahlra. Mr 8to said It Tribunefrom Ban Francisco.<< Oal.say .. Orleans and who. under lntructlon band a note telling him not to let the a condition" of the regal of th" at' nf

that. Judge Sayre. at I.akepnrt.y of the actln-c wireon" general l. world blame him for
r( ,w"e1d aot IH necessary fur any of the en what was going union on the part of Sweden ar 1
.*Mtfr.tqpf handed down a decision' civ easel In an effort to deetermlre to happen and shot
; pifftjr to mo Washington since they theevsd' herself She was recognition of Norway must be c .\,m"' ;

)> -president U at Oyster [lay. and they I In* the entire Floyd eetaft worth condition with rexanl to yellow? unconscious before Mr Marshall could and adhered to with rigor and Jet *

'.t. would await the presldtmt's pleasure I .0.0.-10 to Sill 8. Oorcence. biter fever In that city says the city authnrItles reach her bedside from another room mlD.t 100.

,,** to their plan. hand of the late Mre. Kloyd. Gorcrnrewas concmle IS cases and eight death and she died In a short time. Mr*. .

;;'; The baron will rest a few day*.** a conductor on a street car nd but h*. aids| that there probably! Dr.many Marshall was formerly Miss Grace -

(::" mld Mr. Sato "hi* Journey having hi a handsome fare and p<>ll.hr\l more caoes. There no far ot Starr and Is highly connected In New Raw I Ings Trial Continues

)1.bs.ee quite an extended one. He I la manner wan the rich but eccentric serbe1 are of a virulent' type SurreonWa York social circles. No C'laUl" for her Jesse Valdosta Ga. July 3o.-The.

gad health but need a little r-ttraveling : Mis Vtovd. She was is year. older *
tti so far. Wo have tray. than he. but despite family opposition, slsnal service during the epi i ocnrred In the Raleigh a fa h. with Milton Rawlloo,

she married him anal a year 'later she dentlc at Ocean tenable murder 01'J1He and Carre. .:
tied every' day since we landed In this Springs. In 111'?. ha. family apartment hotel overlooking .
OI.M1. IcA him all her has begun In the superior co
k O0uatry arriving: In cltle early In the inic estate e cpt entered" on a careful Inve*'{cation ol Central park Ntoeij-eecond

RM1 and g.tttntn ut In the evening. We the h<.UiM whet*. she lived The will n.nditiune alitog the gulf coast from street The two boys were accomp

was contented bv netr relatives on the MvM: to !* their mother and sister ant
*V '.Stopped not tnii<'r than six hours atc * Ctuletla.IIa.| ... an 1
j ground of the testator the morning at the request of t
any plac"The competency pas. >d Assistant iliirgron > o inc hit. Wife Murderer
Hangd.TUwand Cooper their ...
father bro
-- -- teen was :
.. party h* rn traveling for 17 orriertHl from Chicago to J.n{K
*. "a.. July :*.-The" the
:. 4&7& To Investigate All Companies.Otlra ItOn.11.: *. to confer" with "..f'11": . fnr which jail to be with them V
IMgler Jnhnnn
.;o, July 56.--The NtrrOc*>an sips l h.am: authorities r>..atit t" was hanged Coop mfYNI that none

4 Cotton Broker Commit Suicide. says that a big contention ur policyholder < train inspect'on.! here today was the murder of his wife jurors who were tegvlatfya! *

t ....w York. July Jt: ; 4ktu iv.rnbenir for the parp- of drtuanJlnx Margaret Johnson, (turn whom he bad the term be allowed to srdisqualified.

;T. a member of l""nb"I1".r A Wai an lnT*.tlr'tloii d>f the a:rAh.-t Fever on Board Steamer.KV separated, aged and 1O. her niece. Annie ItanJantln . Judge MItchr.the ,
cater. cotton t>rok.>r* ot this life Insurance In September J*. 194), attorney that the rata
r.ty sad re- every Company the rt Morgan. ..\Ia. July :.5 -- TT>. It ass alleged by the
't...... to be wr lthv .\>iuiu.. tM s-l,. country I I. the aim of the trxnjuu s club steamer tl..,tuntbia which arr.ee.! b..r- the Johnson family proaerutloa that would be passed upon a.* there :

aide today In his apatttn.w sr the of Chicago which has taken the :nm! I.*' Monday w_* found to have consisting of five -* called
.esp.-'u. t-rsots. went to the
'DUI $9-vill. 1""r1\h.lpur .. . home of Mr:
r bondUp step> to' arct starting a natioi dwvn.mat. fever on board and the
crew sac tae fn 1r Johnson
v and
tjrtac In front of a fnll l If c.tb n n'r At a u)_tlnK of the *"".utiv.... tte HI nee that time four. -....-s ,>; the woman and the with' an ate killed Young Hero Loses His U reNew

aUKt dying from A bullet -t un.t! o thtomple. omailtte of the dub, he4d yr.'..,.Jsr yellow fees girl The John I York. July : .-Af
b.u..ftopeo.t So deaths M>*t. !t w.s then chargeset I hit other wt o
'' Are tothe and sUter.
He left no apasat| ( .-a ,,ffcb resolution w.a* adopted eml'.wrttna have occurrrU
bOIl. tn *n effort lo conceal] their score of <>ta! n* for a
*. and his two rmxh- were
act vs th. the orgsnisatkea to appoint
say a ("t\hU1tI1.
The tratuer and entire .rr- *. in.:.aj- rr'... T*e entire
: .. ha4 every reason: to rush r ,be -f nf flee n>emt ers to Inv.t. dale l family was arrr- t4 great peal from ftre Nathan S *
tee tae .lck. are now at Kii p '.1..... i 'e :. '**
;_ far a* they knew, lt..rnb.ttua l lH V.... ; **.'. from other club to re-r. anJ nusraatlbe *talk... *<> nillew. sea p led guilty. .._ ? yr of age.! today k>*'

\ year of, a... C !..' l-. ftfasltkility of the pan Secretary W!!*** Sick. boats.life in a horning ok'yn

I>- '- - --. Qw.rnt.rwe Or'! c.r Put OfT, Tr.*,n.N S1's4Mattoa. Ju:' : half a dosen Ilia..

Will !.*.** N... Crep KvperCuly T..e Children Butte to o.lt" . R--.errlary Jat show wer Hebrew. lvew.tuat : .
b Uie Tra J"t-18 .\ ik-r. Wtt..>.n. of the department .
.t': WasliIngtoe. 5-1. I was an. Ptttv'tura July c. a. ...."a 0' tur .\... tIIIt.J'aIC'k _>. i'>.t .ast c'4C+ltV.ea tart :a eeODc-d r.. his agrteesl : :.. wrre ..sleep Wb.

it otaacsd at the devnmet' *. '|Cuit the ye oa ot a ,... atu,. al aa' tee orfen. I.rm J .rr _a..Sec the mtt of a* apartment. AS star t Newman got throes:
a.ark nf '
argtu a .( I but r**II ra-t far kin atotheHe
*4.y that a re.t.-4.. mate ofae the teat. t l &.J iAr7 c it trots a *+>s h.-a r. s a.f Vat .a oJ >- He 111. taken .. JVrdaV .

.....,.. of TtMloa plaateu this /,,,r sat ltey nr 2t ...."" vtgktuti.. wr i ohere, II y l''o.4wetur .. Mt eoaf :._... at the* .. t.r a.*ite4 heat to .a pSanely ..' or

with that of.lt !t wweo R.ra.el bat other .p.w1aM-at bin b. htviMlf wsth <_
>ejr l'ay's .lit. .w1iKWf' cola1...... tkrvatgbo.l the day its ). J
km roria< Caa.e AH the other ewe-:
At pM to 44 settag ,I.t faatrvrnLau..f tk.4f "$djr cad U *..
.-n.< i* retain tAvv or th roes. eecapwt. TX Vf- -r

c. ..falles tst buy ,toaau.'taw. .
.. lets wart .....:&. """ .
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iy ;; xtR t ; : -;..4 Wy '
w '. .iw r'I'f, <'
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('". i CASTORI

e Man. Killed at Melrose, and KEHULATKS: THE That Is the Decision of Judge Call

(! Another Near Newberry. LIVE It..STOMACH. of Duval Circuit. t ; i i /
For Infanta
4r -- and
--- -J, Children
3\1'\ ?
,,', USE Vs. The Kind You
b..On Negro Was Killed by Accident. The inventor. of the famous "TER Negroes Can Have the Front Seat on r Hay;

'. RELL SOU APE," a man known where Street Cars-Law Declared Unconatitutional -
:While ,Another Met M'<. Death in Intsrfefing -
ever plow are sold and used says : Always Bought
Because U Dis-
:, '!" WJth an Officer-Coroner's
"I bare 1INci MOZLJEY'S LEMON criminations-Appeal To Be Taken jCVefelatte PteparalionrorAs-
: Sat Both Cases.Information .
*!,u"t .on ELIXIR for 10 or 1* rear In mr slmilaImgdlteroodandBegtiti-
..\\ received in family for the ttomaeb. liver and kldnejrs. Special to The Daily Sun. anlOowels of
; has been Lng ihc Stowochs Bears theSignature
and aDd H U the best medicine I
Jacksonville July 23.-In the circuit
ieOlty.ot' homicides which ocSatarday
two -
bare ever eae It U alao a sure aped -
court chambers this forenoon Judge
;ii. night. Oe for pain In the back or under the
;;; A.T". man Stepney Brown was boulder. I bare recommended It In Call rendered his decision In the ease .---.-..-
117 killed at his home near numerous eae to my workmen when of Andrew Patterson colored 'vs. W. Promotes Digestion; heerfu-
alok and unable to work. a ad It bas alwar -
: B. Piokett sheriff for release from Imprisonment -
.load of nine' bnckshst havtrated ne3sartdRest.Contalns neither
lr MUMfactlon. H.D.
** en perfect of
his. body', death result- TKBREU President Atlanta Plow in the county' jail by discharging Opium>forphuic'nor}>(il1cral.NOT'NARCOTC. .

I &J7. Co.. Atlanta." him upon the unconstitutionality .

. ;;.J&I11Jaa was done by Marsh De- of the new law, which required -
( DeBose had a the separation of the races ou
;.;another negro. MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR.
/* ,* XtJS4ftVJLPtTCUBlAperfecl
;:.agninst his fath.r-In-law, street can. *?
: -
t':-"' noo. and while he was call Judge Call's decision declaring the JiR..L -
home of Brown U Is said DeN A BAPTIST MEETING. law unconstitutional was based on the s .-
.6w.+ ..i' upon the seen and opened1"colr clause that permitted colored nurses } I
Santa Fe Baptist Association Will Hold sick ..-
two shots stroik the man with white children or people to ""'s-.l-
lwfeom Intended. Brown Big; Meeting" La Cross.. ride in the same compartment of
:: they were
_ ig' almost the full load. Rober The Santa Fe Baptist Association street cars which he declared was e Use

i wounded but U I. expected brer. < expect to hold a big onion meeting at lass legislation. Section 7, soot the Remedy forConslipa--

.. DeBose mad his escape. LaCrosse for three days, on Friday' Avery' bill as amended by the Senate non.Sour StoaiAch.Diarrhoca

.r's Jury held under the dlreeof Saturday and Sunday, the 28'h, 20th judiciary committee, was the part de- 'Vorms.Convulsions.Feverish- F 0

.' ..Justice Lumpkin Sunday' rena and 30th Inllt., when a grand time 1'1 clared unconstitutional.The ness andXoss OF,SlXEX 0 r V e r

verdict that Brown came t<0 expected.The decision has caused much comment Facsimile Signature ofXEW'YORK. r

';death by' a gunshot wound at the< Santa: Fe Association is composed and the case will be taken to the ,

la of Marsh DeBose. of members of the Baptist congregation Supreme Court at the earliest possible Thirty i Years

"!( A Newberry Tragedy. from several counties! composing date. ____. __
a district. They' are accustomed -
'';' .re' was a' tragedy at Newberrjtrday Feel Impending Doom.
. to meet once each year' when a
night which cost John Jena The feeling! of impending doom in
grand love feast It held, and the meetings -
., negro, his life for Interferes are conducive of much good fellowship the minds of many' victims of Bright'. CASTORIAYOUR

itb an oflloer In the discharge of his and fraternal good. disease and diabetes hall been changedto EXACT COPY OF WRAPPc L
Iit,:. Constable Siford was attempt- a
; At this meeting a number of the thankfulness by the benefit derived
to arrest a negro when Jenkins most prominent Baptists in the district from taking Foley'" Kidney Cure. It 1 ,we esrvaee eerser. wwr r a..n.
riled him with ugly-look-' ..
upon an are expected and some good and will cure incipient Hrlght's disease
:knife. In order to save his own Interesting addresses are anticipated. 'and diabetes and even in the worst,

> Siford was forced to turn upon the cases Rives comfort and relief. Slight
Among those Invited to speak Is Her. .
>, with the result that his (Sen.a 8. B. Rogers of the First Baptist disorders are cured in a few days. "I -- - -- -- -

.)funeral was held the following Church this city Mr. Rogers Ii Is avery had diabetes in its worst form." ...

forceful and! interesting ,talker Marion Lee of Duureath, lud. "I
i coroner's jury., Saturday and eight physicians without relief.
and will no doubt deliver a fine address -
red a verdict of justifiable homl-Ima upon this occasion. three bottles of Folt',.'. Kidney' MONEY BACKIf

: made me a well man." ..1.V..
fl." lum A Co.
Sufferers Should Know This. Indigestion the Goods Don't Suit.

;. ....7'. Honey' and Tar has cared With Its companions, heartbur flatulence HAWTHORN. I

f.oases of asthma that were con- torpidity of the liver cCl eti- THAT IS OUR MOTTO AND WE LIVE UP TO IT.

r MS hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Due.111)1 .- pation palpitation of the heart poor' The Normal School-Bad Outlook for .
blood headache and other nervous Cotton-Personal Notes.
West Third St.. Davenport,
-; write* i "A severe cold 000.1 symptoms' sallow skin' foul tongue Hawthorn. Fla., July 24 -The Normal Ryt Whltktys Cam Whiskey:

twelve years' ago was neglected offensive breath and a legion of other school, under the direction. of Prof.J. PER GAL. PEROAL
Into asthma. The ailments. Is at ones the most widespread b..erhohs..11. '
t.. finally grew N. progressing nicely Copper Distillel. .$1 65
:Medical, skill available could not and destructive malady among and will continue for six weeks. Thereare N. C. White.$1 es;
Quenn City . . . 2 00
The llerbine
ins> more than temporary' relief. the American people. thirty-two In attendance and all
'. Honey' and Tar was recom treatment will our all these troubles. are showing marked advancement. Sunny South. . . 2 50 N. C. Better. . ?. :J 00

ad'and one flfty.csnt bottle en- fiOo bottle Sold bi W. M. Johnson. 1v..8. )Moore who left some weeks Gilt Edge. . . . 8 00
J oared me of asthma which had ago for Utah has written home that N. C. Fine .4. . . if no
REAL ESTATE. DEAL. I Pedigree 4 . . . 4' 4 00
iii Crowing on me for twelve years he has purchased a beautiful farm In
r >bad taken It at the start I would Overholt..i 00 Laurel Vally. . . :a uo
that State. It is understood that this
'been saved years at suffering." Purchase of Six Desirable Building I
MeOoliom Co. estimable family' are considering making -
w Lots In East Gainesville.
Utah their future home.

t W VALUES HAVE* SHRUNK. 1'. II. Baker, the naval stores operator Misses Janie Stringfellow and Fannie I
DIPLOMA DTr prR mm $$4.00
.-c,;',/' evidently has a great deal of Moore spent several days last week ====
Carter Speaks of Fluctuating confidence in the future of ilainesvllle. visiting friends and relatives

:; .Va''''.' of Lake City Property. lie has just purchased from \\'. William Littledale.. the .. \"aido'l'

; fwdg. Byd L. Garter returned from II, Robertson six lots" on East Church salesman for the E. J. Smith Candy; '

iase Tuesday, where he has street Kast: Oalneavllle, Immediately Company, of Jacksonville, is taking amonth' WE HAVE OTHERS. WRITE US.

*11 for' the past two or three days. adjoining the Park property.Mr. I I vacation.Mrs. .

i speaking the action of the State Maker states that he is well i 1'. F. shock who has been quite'

aiM of Education In selling the pleased with his purchase. The day ''III for the past two weeks, is convale -

s property at Lake City, Judge following the sale he was offered more *"enl cr. VVILLI S
ir says that year ago a certain than half uf what he paid for the entire Harry Barnett, better known as

_ ltdate for Congress In the First parcel for a half-Interest, but refused "Happy Harry" ha. resigned his post P. 0. Box 401. JACKSONVILLE FLA. 211 W. Bay St.
it was fond of telling a story sam. lie expeeta to Improvethe tloii with J /hnon A Wails and it I I.

it a negro and a catfish In which property, after a while. understood that he will engage in the .

.Jkh "swunk" considerably' In one mercantile business in North Carolina. _
-- --
-- --
,.S1.Ii.; The Judge always thought the Cheerfully Recommended for RheunialUm. I 'uttun. crops are badly damaged

'briaklag. was considerably esagger- : The bright prospects tit a few weeks

$t.d I until now he has found onunter- O. O Igbew.. Danville. 111., writes ,since, have vanished. completely Other PRICE HUSO? _
irt In the remarkable diminution in Dec. :'J. 1901s "About two years ago Iwas ,crop are fine, -

111. value of property in Lake Gitytt laid up for four mouths with rheumatism .OF. .
Before the University was located at . I tried: Mallard's Snow Liniment Baseball Players and Foot R.ac.r.1l.oul. !

lalnesville, Lake City claimed the ; cue bottle) cured me. 1 flan J Kruger, wx eham|.u>n long EUREKA WINE CO
'iile. of the $Iat.'s holdings was two cheerfully recommend it to all suffer- 'distance'' foot racer of Germany and & LIQUOR

three hundred thousand dulla,.. lug from like afflictiono.{ : fiOo and Holland writes ("at. J'. 1POI "Par-

_ [ostday.. "when they were trying' to buy $1. Sold by \\'. :\1. Johnson Ing my training of eight weeks' footraces THE KUEAT SQI'THKU.N MAIL ORDER HOUSE.JiXPkRSS .

from the Kducatlonal: Board It was at J-alt Lake City, in April last.
lly I "worth fifteen thousand Ars Another Carload of Wire. I used dtallard's.now Liniment to my PREPAID Full Quart Measure.

remarkable showing, to say' the'IsAatoflt. The Southern Hell Telephone and greatest satisfaction., Therefore 1 I
I foot
=: However the latter 'vsjWf1a Telegraph Cuurl any have received highly recommend Snow' Liniment! to (2Uo Quart Quart a

| probably nearer the mark, another carload uf ct>pp.r wire for use all who are troubled with sprain. tfa.k-.rn..tt'11 1I.k"h "..Tfeair '_ WbI.Yrr .. ....... .. ... .. .4' M.tr S wI. 'I
:,:. Judge& Carter Mated that the Oovr In the long tlistanc line between bruise or rheumatism.<< 13c_ 6 I Gainesville and Jacksonville, work tl. Sold by XV M. Johnson :>>r .< :ol. C. AppM .trsedr ...... .. . .. r. r-t J... t
will probably toilay apply to theme X Ck AI1'W llraoar .. .. ... .... .. .. . a JI" M
Court for which will begin In short time. ILrrkaLit; . -.,' _. . .. tn 4'.'
au advisory OpID.aI' upon Ier..a N C l*.. . .. .. ... .. ...
cK linens . ..... Ti.) I
to the constitutionality of thejaanau This makes the second carload received Yacht SiriMt. Four People Msan.Iii j N C !....<.IWaftdT .. .............. ... ... ..... a 1 is 7. a.t A 411\
for this work, and other are tu i't.. ar.. Ilr*>,*k water. t). Tai i yTne .:trek. N. c. t"or* . ....... .. .... r 111 .art. I''
bill and that the Supremeirt K>seas N to" Ctarn. X X ,. ...... .... ... . .... kr
"will settle' the matter one way or follow. The pol are being placed, lard jachi Narkeet .'t....f'J .:'r9I1.S f font. XXX .... -.. .. .". aft .n H u
i other in a very short time it i ii that l>r. II A llr. uf l'blUi1..lp>"" sunk rMrk s X C Vw ,. X X X X I kr r kr J l'
and In a few days anticipated O.sheer ikwrrt+w ......, . .e 1 .., :f
: iJ In the main hlp c-ttaanvl offV.*t tl.rata.e Rte ,
work w stretching the line will t. 10 t .. Tae.r
1Th.. Boss Worm Medicine, Ur&A.bI" sbn ) In alt Smthom. ol ;- IC.w.k kr r1
gin, I..ar I.n.na War ii.... ; ;: : 7* : : t'i1
:.fi t'bt[ i'. Kump*. druggist 1.eighionI. When completed this line will give water rw Uar aDd friend were faken '- --n- 170 1 M ..
-a. t'.et
.. off the Clree The ... a... a to T ei .
'ata:I. writes j 0" uf my customer ;! tlalcesvlll* telephone connection with by yacht crewof r aw an s I. ear t
..bad a shad which was sick, and threw of the Tailed tuft men Is ml aia "TT*) masts
*J jap till food. SKMild retain nothing on 'itsatonsaah. I all ths> principal cities .bow at low water. 1.1. .'.. O t. g2.i0 I've f.al&. ", e>t1,......
States, .'. '..he .......ft4 H.....,,'.t" !ita' "
rt.1ioek! __
;- He bought t>n* bottle ofwhlt.'s -- -- ,.. .. 4be'.vi U.",,_,. ..... are std _._ k.1W Sae a..betty. tree Ltr.a
eves Ie11re
': Cream Vermifuge and It rrce4 to Starve.U A Swrpeva Party Itatcaett s Tor...... N star ..a..ear.. a awe:. err.. "... test..Ia" .41. et c-c.
JIlt t ("uno.
.we 5.M1 .. ..
fM. 1'10. ... .
'{brooehl np 110 worm fTuot I. sachlU.Ita Y Leek of Coneo. Ky says : A pleasant surprise party may b* __..iv. .... .eerw w. tints. r.... t1... ,..... llMr"Mila K M tar.ea tare.-Mas< a..r C. A .,

: the boea worm n-dielp)to the "ror > year I suttvted Svjtoole. with given to your *u iah and .,ver by -._e--ww....tree..-1.......-.ncef. %e.aeate.., eo..t.r_b..1._. _a1, .A'...rave-ar__ .-_. w JIIIIe. err t.3w ."''.
1.?..*...r14.** White's Cream Vermifuge a sore on my 1Mt lip> -* painful taking a medicine. which wi"" r.lievetb.Ir r'a -,.._.... .A,: ........... ararU.1.. ......._-'. _4tj... av bar Ag at IOe act N5 a.1u.drtk.
aIeo the ehlklrea'a tocic U Itnpruvee After .- ,...- ros...,.A ..ss.eg ee .,..ca.ra__ we cA easel ._.""-
sometime, alit eat. and discomfort. t DrKing's slat ,
thalpcould pain -
i { .... .... ""
.. yet
lmllatM .
\ ilr digestioo and a >n of 0. M_.i r..'i**..* u ......sa a-sTlTtlVf..T ,. gwvi : sat
I,.tr....b... their nervous systemtveturee vainly tryisvg s ythlajc U*. I eared New Uf Pills. They are amo twoctderfnl a
them to the health. vigorrsjlaattelty U with frjjlLW.. Antes a*!**.** Iii remedy. '. affording sure relief F.t.n: .L WDE .UQI."Ok ro.rASI".
of' . .. natural to and core f.* h: *.ahe. 4issl .e*. 1Ja WCST IUT 'JZUz? .IAC'IIaOWTlLLL FLA.i1RAGEOJES .

told by!.....r.11.> "' .'....'....' "y .. al th y+agr a1 star tIOM& 1&. at aU drtlat.u

y !st "Ya'irrv. ,,

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CENS-'S; WORK BEGINS.: -1 - '. -

HADBIGJUNDAY I Thousands of! WomenARE '

1---- T.J.. McRae in Gainesville

FIRE MADE WELL AND STRONG Consulting With Deputies House-Cleaning !

J, M.!Rae of Hawthorn census
(, f Success of Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable
\ of Alachua county was in
Valued at Cempound Real Upoa the Fact that I It
Contents, Haln""III.Iondar., consulting with
and Really Does Make Sick Women Well 1'//' ,
Destroyed.3VERY I hit deputies who will assist him in taking '

-000; Completely Thousands upon thousands of American the census of this county.

women have been restored to The blanks, eto., have been issued to Busy Women ;i
r TOO LATE.Property
; MADE health E.
I. IS I by Lydia Pinkham Vegetable the enumerators throughout the State
Compound. Their letters file
: are on
by Agricultural Commissioner McLin .
Notwithstanding He- in Mrs. Pinkham's ofllce. and prove this
,Saw. statement to be a fact and not a mere and are the most complete in regardto f'.
forts of the Fire Department. boaat. population, number of farm., deaths
roiC Promptly-Family Overshadowing indeed is the successof and that Florida
manufacturing concerns
Responded I .
lWJtich I this great medicine and comparedwith Buying Furniture !
al Time of Conflagration. it all other medicines and treatment hat ever had. Since the last census -
Absent I I for women are experiments. was taken, which was in 1695. both
*./,iltm of fire was turned in from 'I Why has Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Gainesville and Alaohua county have
dt few moments after 2 o'clock Compound accomplished its widespread steadily advanced in population.It .
.unmonedU results for ?
tfwrnooa. which good is Mr :\loRa.'. intention to take
owned by :I I Why has it lived and thrived and
rimnt to the all of the in the eastern and
done its glorious work for a quarter of 11
!ititrsct and Realty Company andwpwd :ia century ? western part of the county first and This is the
b1 Charles 8. Hill and family, I Simply and surely because of its starling finish the enumeration with the rage of the hour. Money saved i is money Jj

Main street S. worth. The reason no other med. Gainesville precinct. He thinks he **i
Fat I I.n' I has
icine even its
de- success
-. bnildmR and content were lessor ia plainly and positively because therela will complete the work by October 15 laid away. Where are you going to buy your Furniture -

,fd. infhinK l aggregate no other medicine in the world so and have everything in readiness to

good for women's ills submit to the authorities on time this
nth.tsndinK i that the Ore deem The wonderful power of Lydia B.Pinkham's Spring
responded with admirable Vegetable Compound over The Diamond Cure. 1
the diseases of womankind is not because
to.ate it. The flames had eyl- a palliative but simply because it ia they have discovered a diamond cure
under way for some time the most wonderful tonic and recon- .
for If fear
d1beeD conaumption. you consumption

J dieonred by. W. J. McCormick in the upon atructor the ever uterine discovered system! to ,act positively directly or pneumonia it will, how Some Facts to Consider

"resides on the same street CURING disease and displacements and ever, be but for you to take that greatremedy
'1I1'10f the Hill home. When Mr. restoring health and vigor.Marvelous mentioned by W. T. McGee of

r .Dormick noticed the tire the flamesit cures are reported from Vanleer, Tenn. "I had for
a cough
; through a window on the have all parts been of cured the country, trained by women nurses who who fourteen years. Nothing helped me, We are the largest;; dealers in this section of Florida.. ;

ud floor and the Interiorof the have witnessed cures and physicianswho until I took Dr. King's New Discoveryfor Have the best selected stock. Occupy the mint prominent -
t wa a seething m.... The have recognized the virtue in Colds in Gainesville. '
in? i Consumption, Coughs and place Defy competition in firms.
1 turned In but Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound i
immediately! which instant. relief, and effecteda
gave For cnh. have no equals. For credit have
distance and are fair enough to give no compe
quite a
to "
waiatceuary go I I credit where it is due. If physicians permanent cure. Unequalled quick tition. When enter door feel
you our just welcome
u alarm box, and even after the i dared to be frank and open hundredsof cure for throat and lung troubles At ,

1I very the fire had an opportunity them would acknowledge that they all drug stores ; price SOc and ft, guar; as though you had money enough to purchase anything

Bike considerable headway. constantly prescribe Lydia in E. Pink.h&Dl's anteed. T-'sl bottle free.HAMMONDPAULLING... I yon need. Remember, want your trade-with money -
I : The' alarm attracted a large number cases of Vegetable female ills as they know severe by i without it; just a little each week or month
of whom were anzt .
spectators many experience that it will effect a cure. ta
and willing to save the content Women who are troubled with painfulor :,

the building, but the flames had irregular menstruation, backache, Two Prominent Young People Join W7e Fay the Freig.t.

ed inch headway that It was Im- bloating (or flatulence),*, leucorrhoea, Hearts and Hands.
falling, inflammation or ulceration of
,.. ble to enter the house, so exces. the uterus ovarian troubles that Mr. Thomas J. Hammond of Hawthorn

.... the heat. "bearing-down" feeling dizziness and Miss Queen Paulling of

It the time of the fire there was no faintness indigestion nervous pros Lake'ierr, this county, were united in ,
ID the hoole. Mrs. Hill and chile tration or the blues should take immediate >. the holy ttondt. of wedlock Sunday afternoon Gainesville Furniture
action to ward off the serious Company
are TuitltiR in Palmetto, and Mr.mn.altm consequences and be restored to health at .4 o'clock, at the home of

route to Macclenney, where and.trength taking Lydia E. Pink- the br
..... going in the Interest of the ham's Vegetable Compound. Anyway F. Psullinc

Crammer Lumber Company, by whom write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn. Mass., The ceremony was performed by
for advice. It's free and always helpful.DR. No. 120 West Sid of Square
employed as ciril engineer and Hev. Mr. Allen of DeLand patter of ;

- ---- ---------- - - -- In I
11111 the house church
eneyor. Mr was in the Haptiat at Hawthorn avery

lUlf-hour before the fire was disco v- SLEDD'S SErtMONS. solemn and impressive manner. ; Gainesville
InCl. but merely went to get his valise The wedding was a very quiet one, ,

lad left immediately for the Seaboard Preached Two Fine Sermons Sunday. only the relatives of the contracting' . _. .. . .
- - - - '--- -
ill Lice train He was intercepted at Was Listened to With Interest. t parties being present -

'TOdo by telegram, however, and reamed Dr. Andrew Slf*<1d. prciiident of the Miss,, Psalling is the daughter of

to this city, where he found his University of Florida, favored the County Commissioner Paulling, and a

"future and other valuable house church.Koil''': people of thin city Sunday young lady of charming ditpotttion.

told .!!t'ct. in ruin. with two magnificent sermons, Mr. Hammond la one of Hawthorn's.

o The building: wm valued at $2,000 which were listened to by large congregations leading huiinets. men. and It well and

ladwt insured with" E. E. Voyle for who manifested the greatest favorably known throughout the Mate. Just Ask the

*atf: that amount This was one of the Interest. Mr. and Mrs Hammond will reside MauR

comfortably furnished homes i itoeity In Dr. Siedd preached in the morning In Hawthorn

and the loos of household in the pulpit of hit own church, the - m

fcnmore" rtc, !i. placed at more than Methodist Church South, and in the> i Bent Her Double. ,y

8.0"). with an Insurance' of $1,200 evening; filled an appointment at the' "1 knew no one, for four weeks, whenI Where he buys his ,

&, insurance was' with A. M. Gush union service, which was held at the : w.. tick with typhoid and kidney -

"o. First Baptist Church In the eveningthe I trouble," write' Mr. Annie Hunter of \ 41'HE -

At one time during the tire the resiwwofC church was to crowded that many Pitttburg', Pa "and when I got better

C IVdrick was thr..iened. who arrived were! unable to secure although I had one of the best doctors Buggies Wagonsand sa

8Id It was drip to the most heoric ef- seats I could get, I was l"tnt double, and had ..w

twu that the building was saved. Mr. Dr. Sledd is a pleating and impressive ft rest my hand nn my knees wheu I ,

sad Mr. IVdnck desire to extend as well as an earnest speaker, and walked From this. terrible affliction I

UakitothH: department' and their! wa rescued Ity h.lrctrio; Hitters, which

fc o d. for their excellent work In Lion. restored my liealtn and strength, and
.,ia' the, property. A R'reat. people often with hit eloquence andearnestness now I can walk s* straight as ever.
many okou :
tl* They are ..lmplJlll'llId..rf. ,.. Guaranteed
elfeeteof this horn were when the University term to cure stomach liver and kidney

***1 Into the street as it wa opens here. _ ditordert ; at all drug< stores price Wxj.Jonesvill _

Ibarh& sure the house would be de Catarrh Cannot be Cured
IIoftd.n" Jottings.

ItrJ orilln: of the Ore remains mys. With reach local the applications test of the ,ftl.a.ea they..e>. cannot Catarrh . Jonetville, July ::3.-T. C. Scott, one The 1 man will say, in nine cases out oft011if'
Hill has been in Sooth of our melon grower, departed for hit
"..oma !I. a blood or ron itiitinnal ditesse -
for several' weeks and the horn !i. booth Carolina one day this his head IB shapCMl(
1'a. and 'n order onre |It yoi must
I ,14 l>rfn' vacant. Mr. till week, lie expect to return In about
tlws take Internal rem.t$ M ll'. Catarrh
s- )ht from"W"
ren-eighths of his time away a month rig -
bvalsome Cure it taken internally, and
hence there has been no The numerous friends 0'V, W andJ. '
sstel t... acts directly' on the blood and mucous
or conbuttibles of any other "Sims will b* plraed lo learn that A
l.4 surfacet. Hall's Catarrh Core is not a
1.01 about the place, and the their mother, whom they found very M
tl'etnr quack medicine. It was prescribed by
.... urr"nt wu Dot 00 .1. the one of the best physiciaos in this country : III upon their return home, I I. Improving R. THOMAS
for years and it a regular prescription. ,
xsa.z. r Vnyle of the Abstract and It l i. composed' of the beet tonics t ,
'Mrs. \\ .. ha returned to her home, ry
known, combined with the best blood
states that the com- the after a delightful visit. to her parents, Gainesville
wt' purifier acting directly on mucous
1111. "build a* soon as possible.: surfaces. The perfect combination Mits Clem (Piekett.. returned ',omlIeanop" .k
*".nn i* a desirable one. of the two I ingredients. i i. what ) where she was visiting +

-- produces sueh wonderful r..tultt iaeurinv "riendsMiss ,, Florida.
Out of B. M. Smith. catarrh. Send for le.timonialt'
&!' free. F. J CHEVST A Co Prop., Fanny Smith I I. visiting at the
kt or ;)''o reached this city Month TnleUo. ChioHold home of hsr grandmother %Ir., W J,

thf' <*** of K. )I. Smith, which bv drurel.t.. price TV. I am II too. -- -
.--"hoj near Miami, Particulars of Take Hall't Family Pill fur f"on.cl-

...it:, w.r- not )*.,rne
...t'.e.. a..t. w as well|, known |10 this clty, Co"n'1",,<<.'. Court. Orino Laiatlfo Fruit ttyrup givespermanent
.. t. .tMlj' for manj,years, ando JohnHlla.ne, colored ws arraigned relief in. r.**-. of habitualottlpattoo

-. I' remaialn ehildreo, la Judge 3'a.ou'. court To..- a* it llmolslrt' the liter Our plan--Pay as
.i'I...., and Katie Smith now sod r..l4t.I... natural *.tloa of the
cc4' day upon the chsrar of the larv-f>y of
I. -s* aboot bowls without IrrltaiittC th***i ercaaeIlk
E sixty.nve years Mrt J, B, IMvisof Tiora I
a watch from '
k pilU ordinary estrtsrtkes. l>o*>eI
lr.?. '. Williams was towed smlltr aDd MD-1 I I not na...at or irr.p. sod is mild and the
the You Can--starts
>it l'i ,. family extend symp- l* oe "r hour of bereavement. or .f90 --- Through bN attorney. Evans flail, an MeCollam Co.
w'J, .Interest appeal' mad, and Williams was
Many. : . -
- "
I'f"1-"**'lOfi *boo ld know that rood : released oo bottd. W. II. SIBLKY smile that won'tiff. #
'a,4"d np Fol '. ,
Kidney Core will
-- k-.4r.J: Be sure tad o.* taa I old ad wel -
and< bladder 4...... la ev- WiMlow's Hoothtatir
:!... aACt will MUd aadaew tfisd tMMdy. Mrs. tan Jt.e s.w MsM .... tees eat ..b.s.e .
Us... ep 81"' .. for JalIJr.a UvCaintK. II W.. .e. was5. ...A ..ee.eee.. r
sss orgaaa eo tls.y wtfr u.a .wetw..M ss.a..s.. $ f a r..e.Stw .
IIIDCIAoea prep.tli.1110 coot!.. fJa* .&'14. aofMo tk gw. aase.p asass M bsaMeeipa..toPsrta.El'Ir,2Sili.

,Jt"nn at'. dlseaes or dtaeNaais alMeS. aU paiaa__ wiad ..,.. atoll Isbsss ips. .
E .. -- .. ..... I.r ttdan_ .aoa. ? / ,
w I ; _..v':' 'f :r-.f: ,..4-
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:'"r'THEIR: OWN MEAT Whiskeys, Wines, Etc. Absolute SeffiIritIs 1

YI .
ICan RaIse and Cure' at Leas CostThan alyf

s. .. . from. . the best thing we have to
Buying'Western Goods.

tIt f offer intending depositors.



r: 'The Farmer of This Section Are Becoming .

'}t : WU and With Cold Storage The only uptodateMail


i Facllitle. Will Show Western Packers Order_ Housein 3IANA E1)-WE iFFER CONVENIENCE, MITII

} .rhlnC Or Two In a Few Years. PROMPTNESS AXU LIBERALITY. TO ALL, THE IMTKir.s: *'

t... .... f. the South. . . or
', ..-.::Tllsro will b. something doing in they THIS HANK.

'ytyabtng: line In Alachua county ,

9 \ : Dining season It the reports of
'i\1.: IV from the various sections of 16 &. 18 Clay and 501 W. Bay Sts If you want the conveniences Modern: Bank i .;

'i a" are to be relied upon and
Jacksonville Florida.
> will no longer be compelled us about opening an account with thr

j!$O'sy>>: bis grocer. 'or the man who

;y''P .!;'suns"! him enormous prices for meat Write for Price List. Etc.

-J.lm 1 the (twelve months following next

':''j;>PeeptAber at least. -
,, : :lJ. fi
"'"i.r Thw farmers of Alachua county, more i EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. BANK OF AIACHU

...fly In some sections letters testamentary having been on the
Intere.ts.1 234 day of Jane. A. I). 1\106. granted by tbe
.j st'v f are waking up to their i County Judge. of Alachua county i.-lorida..o

"jgley are beginning to realize that they the uDderalicned an executor of the last will
v and testament. of Robert H. Porter defeated,

"';&;: *) )_raise their own meats at a great ...."...;..,.:....".;......;...:. late of said county now. therefore under and ALACHUA, FLORIDA.
virtue of and
: by an entered In the
: I Jess cost than baying bacon and
MISS ELLA Orr. INDIANAPOLIS. INO. matter. of the administration of the estate of'iald
!I' working to that end. Robert U. Porter dee.alled. by the county .
.r q judge of said nounty of Alaohua. on the 22d -- -
: introduction of cold storage In day of June. A. If. IMA. notice la bereby trlren
SUFFERED FOR MONTHS. to. and all creditor, legatees, distributee
lltf! !
:i1.t. county has accomplished a great and all persona havlnc claims or demand.; Notice of Increase in Assess men

j deal l.'a educating the farmer. He has ittaliMt tbe estate of Maid Robert II. Porter.deceased. .
: : are hereby called upon to present
,V I.eoYered that meat placed on cold Pe-ru-na the Remedy That the name to me at JiickwinTllle. .Florida wltn-
In two <;2> y.ars from the date of thin notice. On Monday.July 3rd. IftW. the Hoard of County Commissioners of A..-
and currdhim I
;,::1. Storage : properly Cured. """i tbe aue being the lute of the first publlcntlon da. met a. required by law for the l>un."-.'> of reviewing and iuall/.lnif th....,.
:not only better but a great deal thereof the time required by' law or utberwlsn for the year IMA.\ and the assessments" on the following named persons on an i
tbe -amc .utiull he forever afterward
,.h..per than the meat that I. raised Llndea oarreil. All pernons Indebted to sold e..tateare low were raised. tut follows" :
Miss Ella Off, 1127: Jit* Indian make Immediate - :;,=-= = -_ :: --.
requested to settlement --- -
,.'r.l:j.ad butchered in the West sent to apolls Ind. writes t t\H, with u1HlenllCned. '
ro. T
:1"f1/Ghfoago, "prepared./' ....t to the South "f suffered with m run down constitution Dated this :*2il day of THUS.June. A.V.U.I'IMM.>KTKR. 11-r--- r'r'r

;t".6. sold at about four to six profits for several months mad feared Kxeoutor: of the l.n..t Will and Testament of 3 : NAM.II .

:- ) bltorIt reaches his larder. that I would have to give tip my work Hubert II. I'orter. Deceased.NOTICK DESCKIPTION I
.. "On seeking the mdvlcm of m physician I' *
It a !, 'The farmer Is beginning to realize he prescribed m toms I found ,i AI'I'r.It.ATION yon TAX J; fr | < | xi

&bat he his meat at home .. .. . .. . . . . . .
; can produce however, that It did mm no good. On tKKI> UNOKK HKCTIOX: H OF CHA1TKKIHW. Nw 1.4e w 1'2u'.w 1-4 B II att lley.J. S
: Ne 111n I-2 of se 1-4 . .. . .. . ........ .2. A It) :240 Cear.r.II'hOOo.I..u
r..;, .batcher It and bring It to cold storage seeking the mdvlce of our druggist, he I L.AWH OF OIIUA.. W 12 & H 1-2 of he 1-4 . . .. . . . . .. . .. . :24 9 IB 400 Uutton I'bo>.i h.tte

asked Perunm. In few . .. ... .. . . ... . .. .. . . .. .
: M a small cost take It out and cure It me to try m Notice U hereby trlven tbat (:. C. Vorle. All . . . .2S! 9 Id ItkLummer.JA Si nAll
weeks I began to feel mod met like m chaser of Tea CVrtltlouteitNoM 2I1 &- pur- . ...... .. . . . . . . . . . . ... ... . :11II 1ft 5 tIM Cummer. J SIMI--
t ..aDCI. save from fiO to 75 per cent of the the Nib day ot July. A. I). IM1.1. ban died.tla"ed said Nw 1-4 . . .. ........ . . ... .. .... . .. . :** II lit im Dawson. W U
different persona My appetite increased certificate In and bas Sw 1-4 & 1-Sof 1-4. . ... .. .. . .... . . IU II III 240 Nipper. 1-'
\"f.'oant. he I. compelled to pay in the I did not have that worn-out lon; for tax deed my to ollloe.Ixnue In accordance made ui>pllua-with : All. .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. .. . . .. ...... .. I IO Id 743 (Cummer. A. SonvIx
\li Stores and has better meat besides. feeling and I could sleep splendidly.In law. Hald oertltlciiten embrace the following i, t :. II l 6 2. II D Foster Add to HUh Sm.| Worley. C CLots
7. K. 9. U II. A I.otn 10. II. IS. II U. & II
':* %J! .. Gold storage facilities of thin city a couple of months I was entirely described tJ'' Florida'rooenJ', lowlt: situated In Alacbua 00110.1 J. Kutch A Clayton Add to HI*h St'" . Kellum. S
recovered I thank you for what yourmedicine In Illock .. ... N 1-2.i'! M 11 S9 WhIte.ChasWAll.
mmodated thousands Se Lot 4. It. :3. 25" f N
of cor.
-j: -.. > pounds has done for me."--dim Off. ftO f... K AV.. or 1"ln..1 i;..lne.. Ue.) and !S14 of . . . .. . . . . .. .. . . . ... ...... .. 7 D 17 *) Cummer. J At Soi.
/ season, and the prospects are that 1.0" I. Block :3. It. ". :<5 ft. front 00 ft. All.. . . . .. .. ... ... ... . .. . .. .. .... ... .. u U 17 "4O Cummer. A Soi
by deep
Write Dr. Hartman President of The N S. original ( alne.. llle. All.... . ... . . . . .. . . . ... . ... ... . IH 9 11 tltUumwerJAbor-<<
:tlr tf coming winter will doable thatmduntt > . . .. . .. .. . .
,:, Ifnrtman Sanitarium, Columbus Ohio The Haiti land. being aMie_..III" the date of Sel.&e..20tn.-4. . 2U a 17 IJownlnir. Airs. M i
the issuance of such cerllllaate In Nel..otDwl..nwl..otne... ... .... . :10 a 17 HO Albion Ming A Mi:
$ From present Indications at for lr-*. medical fulvloa. All oorree- of Mr*. n. A. Uuuknltfhl.Unlroi the name AU. .. .... .. . ... .... . . . . . . .. . .. .. 33 B 17 640 Cummer. J & Son I
f.r.ijtI.. .progress the raising of meat is'iaakiag ft.ndeitce. U huld strictly confidential. *Maid <*ertlduutea shell be redeemed an All. ........ . ... . . . . . ... . . .. . .. I 10 17 tWO Cummer. J A. Son
cording i to I..w.ax deed will Issue thereon on SI.20tnwl..w'-... .. .. . .. . .. .... .. 2 10 it no Cuuirner. At !' will be
t It necessary to Increase ,._--_. _--'---'- the Mth day of Auifiiit. A, D. IMA.WltncNM Ne 1-4 of se 4OI.Iyl..ton.U\\'

i'; 4J-b"! capacity within the next two years, MR. WALL WAS HERE. l lth day mr of olTlcial July A.ol LJ."nature 1\
-aOlwlthstandlng there Is a cold storage S. II. WIENGES. t: 1-3 of sw 1-4 & w I-S of He i 1-4 .. . .... 6 IO 17 IOO Fleming, Jno T
du << fi T plant at Alaohua. Watchdog of the Treasury Pays Gainesville N I-J of ne l-l & e 1-Jof nw 14.. .. . . . . H 10 17 MO Harrison S
.;.t.* These are modern times and with All . .. . . .. .. .. . .. ........ .... 17 10 17 4<) Cummer. J ... Si>n.1
, Friends a Visit. M l-:l-SoTnel-l&n s.. ,-lAn I l-3r nw J... IH IO 17 t4O P1olu "" H A
..ItaM,. present advancement of the meat OF API'MCATION. MR TAXntEU I K l-3uf ne 1-4&. w 1-Jof w -'&e I-Iof..w 1-4 a) IO 17 3JO Ilauknlirht. C W
Among the prominent. visitors' to UNDER SY. "TJS H OF CHAITFUt4MHO. : All . . . ...... . av! IO t1ft) ( Tlntr..l.on..1w..nS
-f .I'lsVfisrests and the prospects for the ftiJ"tBr LAWS OF FtXJHlliA. |-S of xw I.. less, 3) acres. to. School H'd tt IO 18 7Holt.JM.
; the Western packers need O.ln..III""edu".Ja) was lion. John Se l-l . . . . ... .. . ... . ...... . . 0 10 IH im Orlmn. J S
r may I'. Wall of Putnam Hall representative Notice. U hereby given that. T. H. Tllllx Nw 14. .. . .. . . 7 1 19 100 ..:111... V II-
Book f;: : for anything but a distressing de- Purchaser. uf Tax In the Legislature from Putnam dated the Nth day of July. A. IJ. leo nw l-I & ue 1-4 of 14. .. . . . .. It\ 7 19 SW Ho1d.r.11All.
I.j .. oret.se. within the next: few years. and who has become known has Ule county, boa made application for tax deed V u issue laaccordance Lola g to Inclusive.. Floral 1'ark . ... ... 1X3 JO lit 24<(J U'lison.V N
i Was Good. throughout thn State. a. the "\\'..tchdOJ with law. Sold certificate emhrace Lots 2* to ''J InohA....... Floral l>..rll.for iwr 1&7 10 Itt \WlUon.. W N
High Springs !** the following dencrlt>e.l prot'ny Mltu lots SS to 4i lnclu-.lTe. ""or"ll'lIr". for Ittitt 13: lo 19 u> Wilson W N
,01\, ( of the Treasury. .ated In Alitcbutk county. "'I1.'a.owl,: lx>tn 2.- to 4:1: -lusUe. Floral,"".for 1WU IJi3 IO 1U Ui VVIlsuo. W N
);* ,The Oalnesvllle junior baseball team, )tr. \V.llle prnhnbly the best posted Commence at sw corner. <)f Nw 4 or N..'" EL9ofnoI-iAelofwI3ofyeIh&n
:;)< which visited IJI Springs: Tuesday See. 21. Tp. H. It. II l. run p: !*>' ft.. N Mi It.V .-, of n 1.2ut se 1-4 less nw 1 1-4 of nw i-4of
representative all-round in the house ttIU: ft.. H, MM .ft.. and NH of Sw'4 of Nei S" c.Ti. as ,.a . . . ... . . S 10 '19 110 Carter. S I.
afternoon are well pirated with the Tl. .... K. si. containing *' ....r".more..rl_ Nw1.1ofewlSJnl.3ofa.1.4ofnw II
f. of Itepresentatives. Daring his first Th. ulil laiMl being assessed at the date of & 4I.a of svr a., of nw 1-4 A fie I.' of
Jl :hospitable manner In which they were time from I'utnam the iMiuitnce vf such certificate. In the n..ioeofNnlll nw I 4 . . . .. ... .1 10 19 4.10 fjord. J. II
treated by the club of that town .. as representative amid AdaniH.iuie All. . . . . . .. .. .. ..... ... . . .. . 6 10 19 .1.: . county, many years ago he gained a Mtkl aertlllcale hall be redeemed artcorOlruf K I-S . . ... . ... .. . . . . .. . . . 4 10 10 nai I.unil. A t.
will. the oltlsens. Notwlthstand 'u law. tax deed will issue thereon on .. .. 4 10 19 3.Ihtrfngtellow.Jl'
reputation. an economist which stuckto .b. Itttitlay of August. A. H. IWA.WltnetM .. S>VI2t! ne 1-4: :::: : :: . . : ;;;:: :. :: ::: tl i IO 19 HO Jones. Johnny
)!S' lag the fact that the Gainesville. boys him and whloh he continued to mv official. signature and seal thl NI-3&KCI-I .. . . . . . . . 6 10 is l.s, T\lell.r.IoII..>:Nl
"': were victorious the score being. four the Itthday of July. A. It. I.KA.S. .ot I . . . . ... .. . . . . .. . .. 9 10 IB "| TravellerInsurlot ,
...,. manifest. at the session a few monthsago II. WIKNOKS.l 2 . . .. . . .. . tt 10 IU 91 Intrll Jno I,
.. to three, the visiting club was extend Clerk 4 closed. .'er .... M. clua'; tM. I>. C. 4. . .. .. .. . .. . .. . . .. . a 10 Itf 91 Abstract A-Ke...t.
.d every courtesy possible, the re- )Ir. Wall 'I. well>l pleased! with the .::It..rf'.of 1.0Ik all l.ot t. . . . ... In to III 11I1 -n'on.l't.l.1;
. . . . .. . .
're.hDI..n" even being free at everyplace I.ol1. 10 10 IU 91 Mai well. Jarme.tfist'
progress: of Oalnesvllle, and while he Sln"IC):' U. P:1.tTtoS.: . . . . . . Irt 10 la H Haile. It WW
In the 01&'h..ne."r. a G iu,-sTill An election will he held In the 1.mCruss. l-l !less :a:, acres to Kmernon In nw cur tJO IO alt10 Halle. Evans
: boy appeared for a drink and at. was a great advocate of the famous f SclMMjl lN trlc on TueMla. August IX IMfor Commence at nw vor i Huckman bill claiming to be the the purlssse of determtnln>r whether or But end run e :Jiioh s *.t ehs and sw to n
'.i: |O 19 IT*
founder of the principals upon whichIt Also I.., bnum1e 1 Sv
dUirlvt. for the election three lru- l s bv U ( n T WChesnut.
: was always given the "the bill i.p' I. !.... tbervlor. arwl for tbe purptwe of iltirruitnlntf w by Halle ami. bY Wither
paid" was drawn, declares that he Is glad the rate of ay date to .>e seat lama . . . ..... . . . :.J 10 19 ff Hale.! Evens
1 lialn.sville secured the University, he- collected therein foetue nest u, = two All wveinowed :L" to la M<' Steenborir. A' '
The Hlch prinw. boys expect: toT years. thereafter. INMIx wl .>t cause it was the most desirable oandl and close at guess{. The foil*.wlotf named perMOD All 'n ", . . . .. . I 11 'II M40 Albion Ioflo'" A .
dome to Gainesville for a return game date In the contest fur several rea.oa.. haae been it> )lntc l In.i ector of 551.1 l All-in water . . . 3 II la f t>t steenburv. A C'
soon and the junior club I Is anxious: to f'1..I.l : A. U Cookwy J. I' Msrrl C 1'. I All.} . . .. . I* II 19 640KU4A I..H>msa
1 worked for the success of the Ituck- ''....n. .1'h.J. T. Stohr-. clerk. ... . 17 II 19 ft*) "'U.II.! Looml
1 give them a good time which they UT ruler of Ihtant nf 11m1'! .I ItMtructUin this t" !.1. .. . . . . 9. II la lt 111 HauWnUrht. J !'
man bill with all my heart h.* said the trot slay of July A U. !'.*<*. 111 31 II la .4 o will no doubt do.Notwithstanding. "b I believed It good bill. :.:.. "' 1 (fart overflowed : ::: . .:: : ., 11 |w :m van Se a. W" lK .
was a
< o u r
that the game was C.6.u. last n. I > 3otwl-3 . . .. . . . 3>0 11 la 313 ILkuknWbt. J I*
.snit I yet (relieve| It. It was through .tlte.t J, I. KKC.I.F.YNC1TICK ,.,. Commence;: "t ne emit of !Ser :Xt: II la
-; 'junior one, it was well played andbetter - lien
league no desire. to alntlUh the .:..& I'lorida I tcxlnnin . Ift: II 19 34O ......1I.000n.. W I.
a great many OK Kl. Fractional .w 14 1 of I 4 . . .
Seminary or no other Stat school except . se tar a 2') M.'. ..""Jar Mr:
.m.. If we are to judge by the score. I All II |''. ".".III'. Add to DtlnesvUleN ltsrd. t;
., ;
II .le..tkn wilt be heM In the Cherry Sink ..
consolidation of the educational
for the 1-4 of ne '-4 II lu. llruslt s Add tolfvUlesore J M .
It I. said by those who witnessed It S.-li.w.l, ln trict on Tuesday Auu l\. ."*, furthe ...t ,. d crltwt In tired 110.0111 X. tirsbam.
that the toys on both trains playedu ' interests of Florida because I purrs,M of leterutlntn.. he whether wr notxtfct 1'U: \ ..VA.i :;1>'7 -, . T II :II.> ne KIBou.th.J II
OUirict shall created
I believed this not . a cclaj sea That I'srt **f lot I. a of K K less 3 acre t.>
excellent ball and desert to con* step necessary, ROlMxtl tlUtrb-t. for tne ... ion of three tru- 1
.. K M. a:: I."t 3.* a i I .sot 1 I' s I* 119 11.....IDJ. Mrs H .'
tee therf. and for the : of deter.IWslsa
i rtwwe
gralulatrd. only to the economy of the Slate, but SItAal-fs1.1AnwI-iafnwl I 1-4A w
the rate of mlllage to it! a--.c1 arxlcull
the IxMtellt of the aud therela Ibe .t I 3 of ne.I I..f nw M M 9 21 510 Sibiey.V H
to men ted for ae Mtccenlln two
young: .
S I t of I of l 1-4 ...
*e I a A e I 3 of M of .
Attention Ye Need |S.tl. wt.i ., .
women of .'Iurld a." leers. thereafter. fen u eMsek nw 1-4 A .U! .>( ..... ..... a'n
young anal slow at __a. The r M wlatf sa.Drd |<.Tl -
1 KOI homo purchasing contracts ur In speaking of the attempt of certain erg >..water* bows 34 serfs lo 11ewla.S'eruv ..
S3 9 31 Lw SB4iwden.! UC
K Ik IVtervon. Jt; t:. .
rtf\\ A || I
loan m the Standard iluaranto and parlies to show the unconstitutional lllliia.nl with \V .. Mattbew a* eleth.UT .W.. : .f w 1-3. It W 31 !,.) e-ekbm.> M J
Trim CM' Washington, I>. U.. write urderor hoard ..f Pub>>1.. lnatniUoa this I I3 A se 1-4. part la eater 14 I a 31 4 steeabwrr. A C
of the Ituckman bill, )h. I Mo I 4 uf s* 1-4 A a I 3 of sw 1-4 of B- 1-4 s wt no O.irUs. Itft
Ike Sat sat Jaly. A Ik
to U oV Mnjerw, or call at the day alA"J. ; :1r) acres on n .tale of fract 1 la Urast . e W 3in WliM-m. Kobtn
Wall stated that he considered that : :% I ..
tI "Backet *'n reM of J. O. Kvans in (> s I".. lUtl I.... .. e1.lotsawllAasI-4 II 10 : au lla.taorfM>.<; Ws
G.lBes.tlW%' It. am not there. Mr.Evans absurd. 1 studied that bill carefully Attest J.I.KPLLKY.l' e ...., > 4rv ,1 I' p: |-3..ofw11Awltofii,1 A o* 1-4 of
1-4 II' IO S3 > > Mnltb. K II
will watt' ixi you for me. and .int - ---- N.ittofate1.1Awt1 .
i ? weighed every |M> not only >'n.lIAe ttof
I>.o, XV. MOYBMB.June risking my own Judgment, but the MINIHTUATHlX; ... NOTICK nw4 A a i .. of( ... : t n )I.' a ?s< IKireett. Airs I :
j jTo I I p'r
Ut, 1..16..
jiyltimeni of learttett lawyers, and 1o.n. ..,. l.. _. . 1 ..
the Heir 1. trlt> i mt >.*, TV ll aftt w sera at lies ( l.ro1C.-. 'In tar a.cW..h
say frankly thai I t.ell.e|. the bill Hoe u( ta. rjM a'. of A. s: larvan ami. .u court .
F\ Jt your Job printing at The Han job will stand and In my opinion Its all Alt IVnua WMan tas. ,...'- M., to hear sad deter "ae' a, _.1'14'it. after wfc ck date under the law _
--I(f ....d.a tae. m.mfmorrot WIII.r-f ..r
,x otto' aud you can "ote fur your favor- foolishness to try to pmte II UDCOOstltutiocal .. B. H. ,
lie In the library at this time, ...< wUtfco tawith... tkaI ..a _..t.. ." I Clerk Hoard Co '.If
eunt.st arsl rttr 1tu. a. 'k.. 1i a. adsit
:' .tr at: .e tat: a* A ; Irv.aa ,, dN.
will twv-at to t.. HXM ._ 1t. \. >less ,
x Italians Want Short Hour *<* ...>w* ls and fur Ataeaes.oeaty ,...,. MAX KRA l" .

Y..,.. Ju 3tt: : ''V ,. of aluead.. w.reed.. ss avra alausrsrrisa
New U-
a mva and awai --' at .11.! '.... .M then
f lie number of ?.i"*O are .,f rupU ..a far aa>alUfr.>sr.. a* -. kOmi.*. PATENTS Repree.ntlntE.
f.I... ttATTtt: t. .m,
PJJ ffi ra.,nt at Tern, ital.a i : e large, armor A< .......,.' % of tics r*..i. of A K.

F plat rullisnc mills there bare t...ssclueed ....; .. .v.uta'i ......... -. w PeC ratvuwwto. A. WElL & CO..
M ..... .a----. .._o..a.....
o.'DC to the d.enitad ul theaorklnsou.o MOTICK.Slwa V. ..-..,. w..+t-- _.- SHOESOf
fisw.wmmf1llCEecauso for the ..J.bt.h""r day :0<...... ... ......." tfcat aft.* ItOs MAdvertiseID >u.. - aapsa r.1.-a r t.r.ra.a.y.Iwra..aaaaatav i 4 WHOLESALE
: \.a ...... was-. e.aw'uae. ... I.. ... rawoeta. .r -- w
says a. H.rmi4 4tspcUaa from itosaeet.I ... l elM aw..at Oy set....."", W Has H.tl rw..r .a..r..1. ttiwsa r a.tR5.'sag Jill T1'"
k.sekI to itraLi.a M-, metS bwage d A'-... _.,. .s..s Nee.- .....--.. --
' they the b 4 at pr.asdb .'Irises. age aaa tbaa rf -.m 4.r ......., Near. .a.veaelava as am. -
f fro .m t &:. ..e.......st hat. bola rstlhae4 N a.. a.a r- e-.a .-...", -I Op..w. u. .. Pse.ne 0.... I
in the land for tho \Y .. ..T... W t1 itl1.E1'. De ap -'v1 UI
money cat it Is ttei tt ......Ie that. gs..rsl Aa a4e. as.... ef M.ry.iwi rt y Sole .AC-." toNONARCII a

Ask dealer ..trilla all las llltltaa ties sad .sas.c rrt
you for the :;
I M;5 Shoe'
.11< qCALJTT
** a..sl taias win .se ........t .
!':-. Sunny Shoe und in o IT FT& ( pair warraat'J. .!'
.t u.. rret.c't, a l1.Oe et iSaat11 kt. .. .
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:kJu l : TwIce-a-Week Sun Is the paperthat When a lad in his S ottith r-mf. !n
reaches more people in Alachua
t seaport town John Paul .
county than all other put togetherAdverfUers was not d r
I 31. t9(1S. .,OaIJIFla... should make a note of this his daring and dexterity in hand .OK
..... m:An matter. :!":' laDder Ac' of Con.iiootMucbt fact-Gainesville Sun. sailing craft. He attracted the aver .

:;,\,:. Note-The foregoing squib may be a lion of n vessel owner who d.-!'.rd tu
: fact, but if it lea I fact, it i i. handled r
:;:= a send
:: boat
: a
; and Thursday across the oc..an'C'nt: a*
Monday asailor's
bit reless. We
: .n-t4 Every c print an averageof hr
.II .t fO.lof'oItUlf', Florida about 800 copies a week and it i. a apprentice lie had a brotherin flA .
.. -- well-known and thoroughly established America whom he had never SCCI1who I t
Editor and Publ'r.TiwI fact that all who do not subscribe to had inherited a large estate ot
;&g ICRE.-\IY. The Hornet borrow it, which gives it a the shore of the Rappahannock in %"
I ___ -::- circulation of about 3.000.. Again irgmia -
0" l-Bl'lc.rPTroY' : shonld The Hornet and Star consolidate who in order to please the whim
their advertising forces The Sun of his relative had adopted his name
_...eo!tri f'-8-Week SOX U a year. six: : would hare to go away. back and sit of Jones The brother wa dying. at

I, tpth.. ; sinFle copies, 5cRATKS . down. should the time of John's arrival and informed i
"Advertisers make a note of New'Proverh
)y. \Dt'KRTI8ING : this fact" al",o!-Ilieh Springs Hornet him that he could inherit the estate on
i advertisements, 15 cents a line Editor Setzer doing the same as his dying brother
t..1 for each addi- I. the most sensitiveman
ftr- und 10 cents John Paul then became
..,Ib. engaged in the newspaper bust John Paul
IfnTpltyed saJ in.rtlon. three, nets. There is nothing "uncharitable"In Jones was a respected resident of the

i iJ monthSscatespecial rate the claim Old Dominion for years, and besides
and 1 1 12 of The Sun. It is basedon ;
f.lrieft furnished upon application. business principle and can be substantiated being one of the first of the Revolutionists -
Death notices Inserted was a man of wealth his inheritance
and -
,. rna<, !?. ObituariesS:' cents a line. bringing in a large revrnue
".. lIe ..y."e print about an averageof
He mingled with the men of the
,- SOO copies a week" If this state day
OCR CLUBBING LIST. and besides carrying,.: on his farming.
is !
ment true, why did h.* only order
-e) Sun and the Thrice-a-Week 4 OO co pies of an advertieing.upplementwhich which was managed by a trusty Scotchman '
l (IV.Y,,) World one year.$1 85TV devoted much time to his desire II'
Ga. was paid to insert in his
and the Atlanta ( ) regular "
Sun He that
for the lives
sea When the time
I TtWklT. Constitution one year.. 1 75 edition? Furthermore, if he prints came for
.fie Son and the Atlanta (Ga.). "about" SOO copies a week why did he action he titled out his own vessel and Y
fcml.Weekly Journal one year. 1 60 tell "begun to flght." I I hope will
an employe of The Sun some time upon
.fl7 M gn and the SemiWeeklyTiDietnion Whether he could be called "a soldier yx
one year. ... . 1 50 ago that he printed 17 quires--i08papers "
? The Twice-a-NWak Sun hasprinted of fortune, a pirate or adventurer fast-
he battled nobly for his adopted .
rgp-\\: > will not accept stamps of a and circulated during the past :
i arrr denomination than 2 cents.A lye.r an actual average of (not"abont.") country, helping the weaker side to be I i But he that
free from
U, oppression. In the opinionof
3.500 copies per issue, and we are prepared -

member of the 11,'. O. T. U. refused. to substantiate our claim that the enemy he was a pirate. Historyhas lives

t bride in an automobile because it was The Twice-a-Week Sun reaches more the Patriot placed his of 1776.name among those 01! I -on

i alcohol. people than all the other weekly papers -
tan l>y In the county combined. Thestatement There i is" no occasion for a citizen of

i is not "handled a bit too the United States to say aught against
laUD DOW has half a million men in John Paul Jones the UneedaBiscuit }
carelessly, and "should The Hornet
slip field aDd the little fellows are wor- Ib
and Star consolidate their advertising _____ _
rjmjc even" thu Germans.The .
forces" the cumbinatlon would look
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like "thirty cents" if the circulation of
market: reports quote "batter
prong and cheese active." The the two papers should appear in parallel The Florida Mid-Winter Fair Association -
columns with that of The .
vri'her! conditions are perhaps to has obtained' from the. trunk
1 acme! are perfectly willing, to publish inetof railroads leading into Florida
the statements of the will feast.
postmasters at
decidedly low rates for the fair to beheld
Tie police patrol wagon at Tampa Gainesville and High springs as to cir- at Tampa, November 15th to 30th

till have to be enlarged. A few night. culation of the three papers and defy The following rates to Tampa during

lo it took six: trips to lodge one bunch Editor SefzT to accept the proposition. he fair have been agreed upon a

to;jul. They were coon crap shooters. ------ -- ----- From all points in the> Vest, M) percent e.

MOST RIGHTEOUS JUDGE. of one fare for the round trip, 5

The Jape have done a Rood act in oerjiuR with a maximum rate> of $A) for the

Sachalin, one of the Russian Trial by Jury, as recently shown round trip from all Ohio points These

nonet colonies) The Czar will hare In the trial of Harry 1'omford of rate have been agreed upon by the

tohant Of a new location to send! pris- Tampa for assault with a deadly southern Passenger Association, and NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY v'

oaen. weapon, when he shot Capt. Park at from all points, south Washington

the home of the latter, has proven in one faro for the round trip. Sew

An Atlanta youth of 17 summers has this instance to be a farce. It is far York boat will sell]) for one fart for /=

been!' crazed with cl arette.. They are better to do away with all juries and tea round trip., 1
iirst aid to will place the power with the judge, when -- -- -
as they Ren* ------ ---- =
mil; complete what nature has so such sickly specimens of compote James Williams, who was serving. a Graham Cocker's

well begun hem as did in this ca.e. life M.tence for killing Mark Bar I..- ( *ittcr Thin iscaii

But the charge of Judge Gordon on .Miami: several years ago-a

Hnry1-toviIJ.: a Georgia legislator which here follow, shows that men of mot deliberate murder if our mem Social Tea BScUIt

hd Hon James 18 Gray, editor of his caliber are needed in our land to- >ry serves UP corr..ttlJ'-ha.' been par-, Lemoa SaaPS P"4

The.Ulsnta Journal, had a fist tighten lay. to put a stop to the actions of tlonl'd.,1ter I.. Taylor who after

the streets of Atlanta Monday." such lecherous whelps who destroy the bring palled some. very vile name,

S ether beligerent was hurt particle, homes of honest people and then gloat tnnltcd HIHI. W It. Lamar, and for

their honor wa vindicated and noW over their despicable actions to thoseof this. offense 'vas sentenced to prison for

I lDt ued This is much better their ilk. The law has no way of tlve year, and no pardon can be* ob-

thin shooting: at each other and killing doing them ample punishment, a. the tanned that hv may b* mad. a free

: ail your constituents. Let the world would be better without them, than. to care for hits wife and rive chll-

r>o1 i work go on and you will get as and they are let ofT on very. light pnnshment lire-ii:, who "" ..In want .
uueh nti*ction .- -- ------
as you would with for such heinous crimes.

ktite. or I'i.tol"i < Judge Gordon truthfully said : That I I. the only trouble. with the

tfilcorer "This court does not set itself up asa talian coming to this country-thtydon't
rage Health orders preacher or a reformer, but feel Its care what they bring with themn

1:1: : a" freight car coming into the proper, under the circumstance, to ( who landed in Now Orleans at.."" '

Enc. (a* the Western border shall be peak plainly on this ceatton. d.iy* ago brought a case of yellow fever, I Ga

hnnc"d: to kill the mosquitoes.., "In all civilized countries the rightof t ,

by I: -ill*, kill every. tramp mo.fI' .- a man to protect the> honor of his The Japanese lanl <>n HI<>Koveteh- t

).' 1" st teals a ride into the State family is recognized, even when there enk. sccording to a report of the fighting

is: a ere ght car \\'. want none but i. little honor to protect. aod we have. not yet looked It up

ttce" t" income flr.t-cla.s and in Pulls "By. your own testimony you are to see whether that wa near Holar1 .
=t: s- . Mercy knows they are guilty of sault with Intent to murler. 1: kiplezn. or nut. ,but MUppncr.

l.! i nth. but they are not so filthy. There was ample' ..vldeneto -
t s, at travel in box cars and support the charge wool. l .f the Jury I Miss AI II ie'- K xi'e"**lt '' party, .in-

t'esr awe It bAth. had convicted you the .nlI Toildiav eluding ."1eeret.ry Taft and oth.r.. I
---- have *rriv*..i in Japan The lap.served j
--- given you' the f-ill' >t'rni of the I -
r. 1 k the daylight trework! and other re. '
colored ,
I': .' T1.. declared innocence man hanged aw. t fr".hrnen' at Yokohama. ,1 1I AND OTHERS
"Kven in savage eouniri the sanc- -

*.., ..i and just before the drop City of the'hom.. it i recognized I am I Japan i I. in n" hurry to end the war !'

td to a man in the crowd convinced that my construction of the i a. Ionic a* her cr. 11''n Lore and said : "There law Ie i based sound ,
*** on this subject on I :: I II
1. man that killed Pitta and common lIt1'n. and it will continue to .% unu ol retort from Si. 1'.t.r.- 'nclur.-
* b' here on this scaffold lar. lie the law in this court while I am on I burjr The day w*. (jllt..I. :

'*. and I should lua out there i the bench, until my de.e .ion Is re J'Mark Rogers Whiskey
f .
In The ,
I day will come when I versed by some higher. court
'p1 j. both white and GEO.S.HACKKK&SONrt:
% i colored "It does not matter how this matter i a* th. limit of |x r''etim. .In .....II"UIl" I' eh, tallow and
}. lit"that I am being wrong- may affect! you or )Ir. Park or any It.t4t: rot Kr'K" or smooth, it i.le..*.. the [...Ui.. of rn ny u..es. Will fl.as.
v : g-d. He then related the other individual The tnrtion i I. the I yours at first opportuuily, which we. invite J"U0 taJt..

"u... tj and sang a song before he preservation of the home in this CIMIOy ,
'..S'of. L
g Tc11
and 8UI. No matter what may Lea --- ---. -- .. Ocala House Wine Rooms Ocala Fla.
man'. views morally or immir hy, : -
IVntacoU' have C'U-I.t ,
married had right I
you, a man, no toj
rs.peeial| term of eourt fort '' .
.,. leave your horn to violate the '.& !- -

L'r f'm.. V \VlllUm., the lily of another's. If I were passing '. : . . .. . ,
;Jed John Whit*, the Fenr -
...nt.lK"OD my own brother for a -
a i r".ant. and reward I>*aby, rime Ilk. yours I would give bins theztreroe i eJQ G. S. MERCHANTS CO. f fi
.r oJ. In Ih.bi&. store. penalty., o ,
"'!ge is 4..irous J,.
r W .iJiarn of knowing *Th .entvv.. of the law I. that you i Retailers sAd Jobbers ta
'eoatd get as fair eoaftoed in the eouaty jail at bard
&I'a trial at a sp. iaJ t.rtnh '*
e .. labor for a period>> of Oft. ,..r, '
eool4! ai the regular .. and Building Material Staple and Fancy Grocei
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,th lb. evideae so plain' M I,, ,

u. it voaU seem that n "fairMaitHal Tk. Boa has r**.i n.d "s>othrmosieaiioo euan- CIIAItIfT. H. C. ..
\1 a.: ). could: hardly: be from Prof. J .\ Orm.ed !i i .ak. lardM IM4 1114 FeHfNzarf.UAIMMVJLLJ. r1OCTII

H. dkl tb.(hooting ADd had begging one more chance- to flr. a volley Sash Weights Cord Hardwire
HIDE IIQOdL t s i : :. 7WKJQtgkss
= *-.f to blame, lest he cal hta of ad j..tJv.., .te.. through: Its eniossja t

-t '. er *y drank aa4 aat4.r aa Dr. KUy sad w. ..., r.- ..ANDGLABB ....... pI paid far Cbak.sa. lists sad other rM.... s'sLC

t'I" *lUoa tb* law misrat b* to ap..trolly sf sllo* t........ tb. eoa "

b a.:4.r wad abettor of thMs. rsfrersr, W. will b* ...... t. stop ,

::.. It.. .Iulf that asota" away .... :- gM.tIs eetlasiLaad ww a. 1MI elyd r1'tde VJEHy ,sVaWT' .swsjstsi Mso
I ". ... L Y. .& 1"( It. PIM :

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";' Rumor That This Progresive Town __n_..
s 9 Brief Happening: From Various

:' Sections of State. your hair? Comingout Will Soo'n Have Railroad.

,f by th; combfui ? And -- e, .


... thai! Why don't you useAyer's - .
JL e With the Assistance of Citizens of Melrose -
Hair Vigor and
;. "The Land of Flowers'

;'ft&Things. "Boiled'. Down' to Suit th. District a Spur Will b. Constructed -

.:f:-(;/.Ausy. '\II.ad.r-ltem.: of 'Interest to Hair Vigor Railroad to Days.N.wburg-M.'ro.( Old The Popular Liver Medicine

:!i';*.passes.jt.va II

'}r":,"-;; : ' to talk nf a $60,000 knitting promptly stop the falling? The railroad fever has again. struck WKeep You Well
the town of Melrose and I It is rumored
:as.Lske City. r Your hair will begin to grow,
"" too and all dandruff will dlsI -. that that progressive little town will A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TORPID .
; "etas: lEvy of Manatee county is "I soon be In direct connection with the LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your systemwith
per cent of the assessed value appear. Could you reason Arsenic. Calomel and Quinine. They act as rank poisons
... outside world by a ..railroadnd the i debilitate. and leave
.ably expect anything better? I which vitiate the blood system a trail
whistle of the locomotive will awake of bad symptoms which require years to obliterate. HERB.IMC .
''; Golf Trading Company re- -.. HAIr Titer U a.Rat.. awe..S..... wltaA.r' .... and contains no min.ral or
,, ** My hair mm* tm.Htmg err k the "denizens of the forest" in early !!: la purely vegetable narcotte
rorganlr.ed' at Carrabelle, has all :!> rifjbl.Har"Vl*;;r..O.tomp:..|.It IM>:.4 n..:r=:.bait Cat.MU morning and evening late. poisons is absolutely harmless and is the. simple remedy ef
nature. It carries off all poison in the system and laves no
I,of $90,000.IfWjieedllng SI SS a IxKtU.AII a.C.ITaa CIO.. .
:' dru fan. 1--" M._, The people of Melrose are a progressive injurious effects.
;':; ; :" orange groves of Doenf3 -- forThin set. They are not content with

are having much trouble, Hair being located off a line of regular and CURED BY HERBUfE AFTER OTHER

I))disease called "foot rot." ] modern communication and have been REMEDIES FAILEDMr.

.,..- .turkeys are so plentiful at working with considerable enterprisefor L. A. Hicks IredeH. Texas : s.X wu

ll BITer that the train ran into a j I --- -'- I the past few years In an effort to sick In bed, for eight months with liver. trouble, the
. railroad connection with either doctor seemed to do me no good. I..... told to tryUerbtne
; B few. ,days ago and killed five.iaiacola was highly .valued as some of the secure a
end It caRd me in a short tine. I cannot
has shut off communlca books cannot<< easily be replaced. Waldo on the Seaboard Air Line, or recommend,this wonderful medicine too highly.**

i with New Orleans on account o f John Gamble shot and kill 'd Tom Newburg on the Georgia Southern and TAKE IT VOW

,;;:reported cases of'yellow fever In Jones I'D last Saturday afternoon ten Florida.' A long time ago Melrose and
latter city.' miles south of Live Oak. Gamble Green Cove Springs were connected by LARGE BOTTLE 58c GET THE GENUINE

The. S. A. L. freight office at Jack claims that Jones made criminal assault a little narrow'gusge railroad knownas Ballard Snow Liniment Co.ST.
the Green Cove Springs and Western .
|yUle was robbed Saturday night on his wife who Is Janes'( sister
i cashier's room was relieved of |2OOid In-law. Immediately' after the killing but for some reason the operationof LOUIS. U. .. A.
In the various drawers. Gamble went to town and surrenderedto the road did not pay and it was
the marshal. Both Gamble and eventually abandoned and went "to
;-1l'.JieD'Irvin, a negro from South Car-
bad" In deal less time than
a great
were town together on
"' .aa, was stealing. a ride on the A. O.
was required to construct it. The iron
L;when he fell off the'train near Maenny day. Gamble returned home and got "W. M. JOHNSON, Gal.:1:1..es-v-i.J..1.e.:::
sold the tracks
his lie Jones and was and removed torn
met returning
and his body was cut In two. gun.
hot a load of buckshot Into hie head op and the road was no more.
4:1t4. Darn by, the second victim of
., killing him Instantly. Among. the promoters of this road
,.. foraged Pensacola' clerk, Wm. F.aWhllams was Dr. Vogelbach of Pennsylvaniaan

; died Saturday forenoon. It CARD FROM JUDGE CARTER. enterprising citizen who came to Florida
"o'uow thought young; White will re. for his health and settled at Mel-

.el'. H. Corrects Impressions Made by The rose. Being a shrewd 'business man, |I Summer Shirt Waists Reduced

,,1' O. Rawson I. In the Jacksonvilleto ) Florida Tlmea-Unlon. he felt that the venture would pay realizing -

await what effect his carving Editor Sum As there seems Lobe that Melrose was the geographical -

Ul b... on the anatomy of Albert a general misapprehension as to the center of the State and at that
Every Shirt Waist in the Rt04'k
....s. He worked overtime on him inaaaloon action of the State Hoard of Education time, as now, a most progressive yU.I. .
in the South has b-Hn MARKED DOWNto
Saturday night. on Monday, growing out of the lags Dr. Yogelbach possibly was enthused -

itrlM)eap,ure4 Frauk Dunean-.. the no- they had established a State school at ringing of the blacksmith's hammer

loos murderer and all-round crook Lake City, and as I was present I do visions of volumes of smoke from the
'never received a cent from the not think it improper for me to say' stacks of various. factories, etc.. because ,

see There was a reward of 11,000 that the Board of Education has done he felt in his heart that Melrosewas
"'Nd' nothing of the kind and that the statement a coming town.' The Doctor himself .

/AT3l. pity authorities of Jacksonville I does them an injustice. They "planted" nearly! fifty thousand

"I eke effort to release of imply sold to certain named trusteesfor 'dollars In the venture of the Green
. .Il'f.' an some : an opportunity for our Out-of-Town ('II>tc-
"t"UtI.$ at the jail-the bugs andmin the benefit of Lake City the land Cove Springs and Western' and induced

will be destroyed by fire. Then other than the original one hundred I' other friends, capitalists, to invest mere to share equally in this

n I called "Raspberry I"arll." be. acresb lunglng tp the State includ. with him.
Foster Hall and the The construction of the road and all
Ute some of the buns are as large. as Ing apparatus
raspberry. belonging to the State: for the sum of Its affairs were left entirely to the Great Money Saving Event.

'' fifteen thousand dollars.As management of Dr. Yogelbaoh and it
J A rumor reached town last Saturday
to the wisdom of this action I express must be said to his credit that he performed
boot noon that Tom 8harp" had been
no opinion but It Is very unjustto his work well and faithfully.

Ighot out. on Later the advices telephone' from line Mr. Htor-nearigliakln. the hoard to say that they have After a considerable time the road was READ THE REDUCTIONS AND MAIL YOUR ORDERS,

established. a State school at Lake completed, and was operated for several

\ iat l, however he had been elicited only tin about Information halfshot.DePuniak City. Hespeotfally. years, but apparently without All 1.25 Waists. . 98c All 3.50 Waists 2,68

8vTt1 J.. C.IKTBH.: profit as the iron and the locomotiveswere All 1.50 Waists. 1.12 All 4.00 2.98
:. Hreezl.i -- eventually sold for scrap Iror. . Waists .

Will Taylor the negro hanged at Hut this has no bearing on the present All 1.75: Waists. . 1.28 All 4.50 Waists 3.42

;!Green 'Cove Springs on besides Friday last, CASTORIAJ'or time. This was a long time ..go.wh..o All 2.25 Waists . 1.52 All 5.00 Waists . . 3.87
mmltted' two murtiers, being
Znfit&ta aDd Children. there was really no assured reasonable .
'. robber and burglar from Infancy. All 2.50 Waists . 1.87 All 5.50 Waists . 3.98
connection out of Green Cove
1 made a full confession on the gal The Kind YM Han Always Boigfat All 3.00 Waists 4.47
Springs, and passengers preferred! to . All 6.00 Waists . .
lows. For he went by the
many years
; Dears theBlgnatur. risk the little steamer and the Waldo
of Reuben Heed.,
*'ame of connection of the then F. C. A P. Kail-
;\. The trial of John 11. Vaughan at IVn.stola road The Georgia Southern and

charged with murder iu thee.eond Florida Railroad has since been con. B. H. Levy Bro. & Co.

:' degree euded Saturday night, Hon. Daniel Lamont DeadNew strutted from Palatka to )I&oon.nd ,
f'Bfcej verdict being manslaughter. J. O. York. July :&.--Ctolonel Daniel is operating a Hrst-olase and reliable

.i i 'JHahols, the man at whom Vaughan LAtnoot. secretary of war under Pree. service, When a passenger leaves Savannah: Ga.
'"i ,fired when the bystander J. It. Nail (dent Cleveland died at his country Melrose by rail for Newburg to which ,
killed, was fined $15 fur assault. I
'f wan residence at Mllhruok
county!. place it is intended to build he has a
The' residence of Mr. Alfred Ht. N. Y., after brief 11I0__. Northing .-.. ---- --.- -- - ---
most reasonab: assurance, unless some
. CIslr-Abrams, proprietor of The Ta- except. the bur announcement of Colonel
accident ooeur. that he is going to get
Herald and one of the leading Lnu>nt'ft death was mad.
vares public
out on time. This will be a great in. THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. Inc.
lawyers of the State, was destroyed by by the family last night.It ,
'i" ducement for him to take the all-rail
t'8,. un Wednesday nlghr-wf last week was understod. however that ths route especially. since the boat con.nection KSTAUUSIICU ......
MTavares. Mr. Abratr.s had a narruw death was unexpected although Colo The
,escape from the burning halldlng, and net l..tmoat had been In feeble heath I. now uncertain owing to the questionof Render reliable services of every sort along the :.e 'f

nothing was saved trim the ruins.The and the members of the Irasaedlats continued low water Title the Land Titles in the Htate f Florida, pary ticulsrpy-
Responsible parties state that the .
house Contained floe forultuie family were gathered at Altamont. the ant
I Georgia Southern and Flcrida Kail -
first consideration -- -
and Mr. Abrant' library which lAuuoat country home at )brook.I
S private
, ___B___ >. _I________ road In conjunction with the citizens l't.('I.I.TnSI.tnw.. .. er Title! Tax Sale kdnb''t"
Military Convicts Escape.Spokane. of Melroee, will soon build spar into for \ 'eeU fere..Ke.ldeat Land Owsr; Plats .r fea.tir..

. Wash.. July :&.-nre nUitary that town which is only three miles the lay"tor.TewlK, Elc.Keferenees: <<.
from the main llae of the Georgia
convlcta bare escaped from the I
&Mat"."' n. will give M.lrus. eieellent r
First /
guard" houe at W>rt IUI.,. Tb t National Bank of Gainesville
A name of the men axe Flank llama.Oerar connection, and we may look Dot ton A Co., Hankers.
FI Reynolds Knuik ('blhDPWG04w. for that procreesive town to grow and

lAsnb and Harry LJndon. The outbreak flourish. the green bay tree when -.

was ODe of the most daring.".| this ie done.FOLEY'S.

i attempted aer*. The whole poet oat -- -" '- - - --
of doore enjoying the coal evening all & REALTY COMPANY

and five guards were in the adjotalat V

.r room' the five men sawing their way
through three troa bars tb -.art.... tXs:1OOrPOral.cl.1: :

of aa tack thick alIAS escaped. tfcroogfce. E. E. VOYLE.
Kerestae klugtae. window Abstracts of Title and foil *
NONEYusTARe Information furnished immmjAl_ r lards
lately the safest and mwt edo. emaa'7. Oar manager Sv... lived la this aa!
; i now on the mark.:. All I|I Low Rates to w.S5W. *.>. .. thoroughly eon",...., with Itsnl tkirtJ Utlee.THE .3.0.15
into 2O hvr. |+aw r. Write fur c+I_ad a while at Walte Hprioc*, the -1 IIILlD1III1.

!.. ''a<< health resort of the State. O.
4'a11.Ik.r, gilt. U out a Jack at all
;think of rltls dynamo ur batter!.. and the far.faiu 8uwene.ee river. The V -. E_ E_ vcDilRt ..
Mtd ''iarUeotUfi * to keep you "pussled." Qaia.... .aad Half offer the fallow-
T. S.wW.Kv. OCIDOtT_ BVltOLART ghseattag
_.J.ker Jaek" to do lag low trop Oaivttft .... AID IJrDJIUiITT cr
your round
>.oahba 01 ...,... .
:saw IV i aasatake. bold uaderfull .iSLY ass TAJtsate &lIMrieaa sadL t'W raaift.JUaL
Ri Two aro..y be*** 84sa *j. e>Tfl.. JI. ----,;suntie..wksratru. a.11 I">EWrATE AaA CITY .LO..1ftL "
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,.. ,':$\! .i r iilf; .f"'r ... ," '1.-" .
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t bill, to be nerd for the establishmentof

IE SCHOOL I[I a technological institute at ,Lake LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.,

I, City. YOUNG'S FEMALE COLLEGE 1'\\ "T1t"v ron KLECTIOW.e .

;r OF TECHNOLOGY i ir. iLake[ hJor City A.and B.Hon.Small.GeorgeV Frank Clark. Wilson of- Thcuna.a:: j,11 ), Ga. tie.Uw t.r N.: .' '".."..,xi.-nrsl..' .loitrtl of Public l mad auve\loll votwr:

OFFERS FULL COURSES FOR A. H.. A Dto.1 taxpayer l
B. S. 11. I RC1S.:
Jack- rp.'lnll In t n. .. follows
.; -- 1 and Hun. H. H. Bookman of r nit rr described aa
' r > I' l .' ; 4 M. T. 1. .. I*.11. IS. IS,
"J Established by- Citizens sonvUle. appeared before the' board ad- Physical Culture, Elocution and Music, Our Specialties Is. tN. 1: t' i I' .1M: M IA. Townahlp 10 r
. R.,inre is .: . .
-- - nut l 11 .r that S+ouooa
Lake ---
vocatitiK the acceptance City'sproposition. :t. '27 a' a'. ... anal k> north of the Levy,, {
of Lake City. tit l; .)**) Kpeot this :r ear tn butliltn and e>iuli T.1ifht t Grmnaolum. Swlmmlnjt 1-<>><.1. soul: Fare Climate Unnurra-weU. >iron. .w. -- "After con: iderabl '> discussion the Kacuttv of 10 Kxpertenoed. Teseben.Etpeuf.s . 3J. -t. :I.:1. 1: u ",,' T, Township 8. )
-- -- -- -- - ,.r" ; : :
CONTROL Range 1e: nlxo ,
all ,
OF .e .n v N. 7. o4aVof
BOARD board decided that they would best << $206. Limited><< Number of Free Scholarships Available.Session . :1a. T..I.; 'n.Mi. his. K.,,,..* I? e i a
-- the educational interests of the lion SI. north of the Ir" ,.,. ,tlIn11 Tow=
for State serve opens Sept.moer 3d. tarxv. For free oataloirue .,>dress "hl,' s.. IC..n."; l'' K: .,...> ...ugh half of sea.
JCIr rxfered SI5.OOO State and save vo the State for educational i. COCUKAM: HUNT, 1'resldeat, t.h.n :II 1. Township i' s I1.i,. K,. ilu moat

and School Equip- the values and equipment rf'.tfllllw I'etluoat.>ur h"n..r..bl. body
Land purposes tooall an eleotlon tn 1"1'11'hPtbrl'' \ > be
Once Stated by accepting the proposition. above described terrltorx .h,.:. i.e<>orne a4p oInl -
Wltich Citizens Tss >,*|MM| IMitriot. tarthe luiriHtneur levy.
"The board by unanimous vote deci- --- tnt and collecting a ,ll"trlot .h.\l tux' for the
S2OODo. eacht.Iveu-e. ) \ of i ..bll.* free' ...h..,,.*. within thin
Worth ded to convey the titate: property to DR. OP'FET7"S Cures Choler Infantum, .slat..let. Hex|>eotfull xuhuitttr.lII. 1

":Lh."wcorre.ponden* of The the proposed board of trustees, who DUrrhwss. DyMnUry. and the ... \VlllUa.. W. It use. i' UMIIama.: ,1
f. .. Sanohe.. A. I* .under. l) .\ lrevat.
Sn. under d.te of Monday are as followsV. A. Blount Pensa- Bowel Trebles of Children J. \V, Urumaioml.. A lleuch XV F tteaafe. 4i
t following account of AM Aaron INilk, I>. |'. Miller. It. I.. \\IIUiuut J. M.
*: ',M the cola ; Geo. P. Raney. Tallahassee ; Jiny Jig. DljuUon. l
j of the State Board of Edo.rj Frank Adams, Jasper ; J. R, Parrott, Regulates the Bow.... Strength A. J. Duke I.. \\UUum.. \\ XV. Mf<*Ux. L..
of Control which the the Child and MAKE A. Coieinan
Board Jacksonville
the> ; O. A. Canon. Kimlm- -
ill she capital city Monday i.Sat mee : \V. L. Palmer, Orlaudo, and two
: nt' MOKTXJAUE.In .
Board of Education andor members to be elected by the city illy' 25c at ftriggbts, longer 25c to C. J. MOFHTT. M. IX, St.lit.11,,. the' Circuit Court Eighth Juiltolal Circuit.

Control met in Joint'-e.- council Lake City. .. I Mmmttmtm no Imt says thm hmmtth of'r Alaehua t'ountv. l-lorMa In Ch.nerr..
child, mm thousands ttmvm done by giving tnmmm pov tmrm.fm CieorirA; K. llritoiu T"". Huoan J..ne%-MortraKe j'
JSt .xeeatire office at 3 o'clock "Among the prominent Floridians -.THIN m-mm/ly given and quicky countmrmetm overt > KureoluKure. y>ui.|$l ni.,ntal lUll

here to attend this meeting were Frank Cft s> .....od of te mumnt9f'. hat utton tmmtning cnlldrmn. bill It nie appear-In In the sbove.tsted bv amtlavlt cauoe apreixlej That to Suaaa the C'

.Gf'Denl Elli stated to Adams of Jasper ; T. Appleyard, R. Jane-, the tlefemlant therein name.1. U a noorexMent -
", of' the Slate of ..,...1"11. and that .be
board that he had received a F. Brother, F. P. Cone J. C. Sheffield N i. rei.hlcnt of Sliul,",. rite of Mlwimtppl.and .

from Boawell A Wll- E. S. Futch J. J-:. loman and H. C. ASWELL U over the see ot twenty-one year: it tatherefore
ation COMFORT ontered that. .utUI. n..r...Klent> rfw
Barlpw. asking permission to Bailey of Lake City ; Syd L. Carter STYLE feiulant he .wml ..he Ix herehr re.|iilre( to ap "
pear' to the Hill of t'oniflalnt rlle t In aUoauae .
tame as attorney-general In a and Geo. \V. Hyde of Gainetrille." on or before 4a.n.lsr the Jth, day of
institute to .. .... - ---- --- - August. A l' I'. A otherwise. the alle,atloaof
I were about to MitUI. Mil -lll l>e token, at '...llr...->eO by aaklilefeiulitiil
eooititationality of the Bucks ANOTHER FIGHT ON FRBK PASE8 When ,1+
you YOU R VACATION I It !.. further or leritl thitl this inter lubINheil >
M'1 J, the grounds for the contest on. . . once .seek. for four ...>"-.....u'h e wee" : aIn tl
bill embodies more than BUI Will Again Come Before Present go The.Ilslnerrllle.un.| .. ne w' .i>Mver t.il.heU
I Oil the In the ..nl.l i-.>untaixl Mute
matter ; that the law states Legislature.' bo Comfortable and Stylish by wearing ThU9i June M'W' fF
feet! Atlanta 25 Interest in the .. II %>' IKNU u:.H (lrrkt'Ir''taliCourt.
July sea
title of the bill shall set forth IU M .. (-MKVK; ,: l) C
Ion of the house of representativetoday A true cider| of oilwlniilII .
of the bill and
iUi!I. substance BARRY SHOE .... W1KMI::'; .. t'lerk rin'u Court. e.
bill leeks ID deprive the State will be heightened by the fact The (Seal) Per M s..1't'llllV: l> CV ,

Education of its vested rights that Mr. Hall of Bibb will make his \ :. IIIUH1MK:. Hoi'r for' 'u""n l.

Hefts those rights in the joint motion to reconsider the action of the They combine every good quality. S ld only by ---- --- -- - r

house In defeating the anti ree pIUS III f.l. t\lt! !>IV Imr1.| :

,thereby changing the personnel bill of which he U the author.A L. C. SN-X-rH: : T. Side square In the Circuit Cirt. Kt: .,htb Jii.lloUl flroult.
cute Board of Ed QC at ion. AUetiuu <'....n" l-l 'ktg In .'l ...neerr.Albert .

motion to reconsider is debatableand ___.. - __ _______ ___ .n_. _ ___ ___ __ _. l.. Iteroe, I.. Kl >renoe K 1"I..n.-
Joint board located the school it will then-fort;, to a certain ex 1'rurcr.
deaf and blind at St. Augns- It u|'i>e.rirnr br oftUlirli arixciuleil to the hill
tent the debate the antt
reopen on -pass
ll.etl: In trio ubote Ktutetl oMiioe shut rlwreno*
bill. Of course this debate is supposed ..: .*...1''.*.. the feiMl-tnt therein nuiiietl. "IAn a \ s
.'n re-Menl. .'t the :stnte of ..,,,ticla. and I. a
delegation from Lake City was to be limited to the reasons for *"If'I.r. the iMtv of MUUIIrton." MMtlea\ ti
'-, and prt'l't'ut..d a resolution ,.".iniv < i>,iiii.M>ili. and against reconsideration but sucha ,.i-i r... It. II U therefore ....e.......' that '
Ibjthe city council of Lake debate is bound to branch out more .j.l! t...".leoulent tlrTemlant be itml olie I. hereby
re '''11'.1' l t>i ..|>|..
iui, >lalntIllril
lfq'JI'&iD that the State Board or less Into reasons why the antt-paaa in HUI.I. c.in.r .i..r before Momtar. th.

ition' convey to a board of bill should or should not be passed. :311 "!.,. of July .\ It I...\ otherwise the al-
leiratlotiK K..$M bill N.i. lie IttWi-n' .."OOI.r *MHtbv
tamed in the resolution the There does not appear to be much Kuhl ilereiMlttBt
It l. further ....e..'...' that lbl'. under be |
property at Lake City com pri..Iff .- doubt that the house will tote to recon. ..he.l onoe M week. fur rour..imeiullve. we*Ira

Hall, thirty acres of land alder because a reconsideration requires In The llHliievtllle, :>>er |>ubll -
.he.l hi ....., eoiintv Mini !Hte, '
| the equipment in lieu of theprovided only a majority of those present 'TUl Jun. Y',.h. IMA'
!!oI. II. t\ IeAIl1s.: :! Clt-rU\ ftriMilt' Court.llv r,
and not a constitutional majority. Mr. tt [at ..
for by the Buckmaneuralgia M. .H CIIKX: t. .. II O. .
Hall, says he is satisfied that more A true eoi>,. of original
-- - -- the ..11.wiMfl Is ... T.amar'n I. inon !H. \VIKNUKH: : Clerk' Cln-ult CmirWI'erM
than a constitutional majority of the af mmnj msll.Ha4 la.. .. "1- ; Laxative curesCsnttlpatlss. !1./.I'h.1e..1/. -
house Is In favor of the bill, because tl.soAI.lst. ' BllIsusnsss. JONKS:! A JUNKS:! .Hoi r'.. for ,'nn'pl't.|
be has found several who were not -
Dothan Ala., . NOTICt: or AIM'IJOATION Ml TAX '
present when the vote was taken who
April 16. 'CM.I lisa and H-adacbs. IlKKJI UNI>KI: ( .SM'TION II 111' tTHAITh: *
And Other will vote for it If it comes up again. OK
Acts promptly 4 W. f.AW.H 'I.fIUtJA.
Mr. Anderson of Chatham leader ol have used La- sa-
; and powerfully on Notice hereby steen that Atwtraot A H.a>>
ra1n. the opposition, takes just the other mar's Lemon Laxice I,. Cun>i>an,.. iHire-haoer. of Tat C.'III...... r
= the bowel yet I Isand Keg. WottI t..J. d..,... the nth dar of Jul> .A. 1
view of the matter and the same two alive In my family U. lain ha ale.l vat n. runoate* In my i>m... ,
leaders with their able seconds will would not be gentle and pleasant and ..a, .,..,. aiM.U..a for tat deed: to IIMW* U
[A2 pain: in any disease is In aetlondOf" In ..,.,..." ...... with law, Maht artlA.ate* earn
probably fight It out again on the floor without it. It is brace th. folluwlnM tlewrlb! |>n>t.>..Mr. aln-
re pain, the result of a turt not grip or slid In Alaobua .ouatf, KV. .cda. towlt .
condition, of the nerves. this morning.The I certainly a valuable sicken.I It can't IAiS..f. M. II. l.. I*. U in of KH 0< ia.. r Y
legislature ha four very busy medicine. u ilrown'a Addition to llalneovllle. pi.e S. Ttv
be stabbing::, lacerating hurtJUUaanCbl..f 10. K. *>. ant Luis XI, W Ii of KH II*. llri wMT a ?
weeks yet before It. The calendar 1 Ie J. A. MAY ,, Add' ... loUaln..f III*.
g. burning, agonizing piled high with general bills the largs* Polio. '11 help you. Tb seMi I a ad belittf aatMtiMed .. the date Of
that comes from the .be t-,._* .,f ....b a." \..,.. lnth"...ot
prom- majority of which will not get anywhere J. W. IJuke sad rtorbla Mnaoe. t'... 3

at nerve! branches, or sennertea near to a vote. o. _,. ... ..i'g.4d -...._.. 60...... t.r 60...ee.owaso Curdled Us.s.ld..rttne.tes.balll..red.... tai d...l will U.u. ,..........eot\*4to .Mtb. .. U.

is neuralgia, and The general appropriations klL''l. the .ANYeSGTYeto N .Mb dry ur Aw..u... A. I*. IWA.tat .
the "bis brother" of all the A.O Wlt.__ om.lal .l.n.lur,, and teat 1bio.
general tax act both of whlc.timuat; LAMAR. TAYLOR 4V RILEY DRUG COMPANY. Massa, Oa. tk. Tth day of July. A. I). I"*.
pa n... be the M. II WIKNUtH.:
passed new county legislation ('l.. f .. CL.
r Ctreull .u/ AlaeHua Co ,
r. Miles I Anti-Pain Pills and a few departmental bills which' da l..r. M ... CllkVliA.: ; U. U.

.dy ever fail to relieve these will demand consideration are enough'to -

by soothing these larger keep tho general assembly morel, ___________ .n. ___. ,.__ ___.______ ____ ___ ________ __ ____,___ ._ ..__ __ NOTICE (IF "" 1.t..OA..IUI'oI.oAK' v

e*. and restoring theirt than busy during these four weeks, IIEKJIJHI.kR: r.'rlu" N ur CHAi'ratt. qC

t::'it,. House in ._. i.A11'.11t* YUltItI.tNulls.
and jet there are many other measures The Oldest Whiskey GeorgiaEstablished

F&r. M[ : *..' Anti-Pain Pills of general importance which will b., r. T Iuurl.. U lverer_. I.rea..er..a1. elves l that .Tal'er.. M MUwMt lll.i.a aMt... rNn.

e no tall: after-effects, and brought up for consideration as the opportunity iMi.It :dal A Ael. dated the vtlt tfar .1f July..I"A. IXi
| .1.: bate Bled s I4 aertinitaKMi all
1 rr e remedy for every arrives. ( - - ../M.5. ami brew made ai>i>4Uiatlo. .. loe e
'r' matter of tho house will tai deed i.. .IMO l" _.N.rfl.ne.. wlia law.Matd .
As fact
deli as headache a OLD I4IRItl'E f'll.l.lAMM ... '
.nln.....* ........ abe folluwiatfiiwatr d.
1 'omachache, sciat- have at least all of the present week Pure fine old rye. My the Ballon 13.OOK _rt'-S INOI'. .rly "'".'...1 I. Ala bee '
.,...I rl1' *i 'n and neuralgia.:: for the consideration of any general! "jr full fiusrta $3.6(1isXt'IIK:4 ) ,..._.. lex* I aete and lUoek SI, le_ I a.r*.. 1
nt 4, ) relieve Dizziness measures that may come! up on the eah! : $ I'ltEi'Ml: M., M, .1l. 10, II. s' ..... |*.t **. See' ... Tp.
- -- 10 U. s'
'. Nervousness endar because neither the appropriations Th..a1lastbelbd..ae..r4. al th, dale wf
C or the tax bill will be ready before s (uto. j. ('OI.E."4 the. .lM.a>M>. ..f avon. eettlttfate, In tl ...... '
', and Distress af- .., T I* ."P.u.... and W T. JII.
C. the end of the week and the new r Purr I'ennafIvsnla ly.. Itlrh and .'.ter _til eeriinoate* shall. r... re.le...e.
the all..n f2 7ft. four ........ 1..11... l_. .
,,,.1111" llv << .1104 to t will e ia r v'
bills will be for .
I have been a> ownf county not reported at full IS fll.tXI.n"242'4. itt \tt. Iwbda.f Au..**,. A u MM {N
..n n<-unt),(Ui and leul to" weeks. yet and perhaps more. quart NJlt..rwy .."'-"t.1 altfitalwre ..., _<.I l ISIS
,e .a never been abler ..' ItKI'AIOA the I.<.. d., .ff J.ly. A l<_ pew
U;"r from various I .- -- --- M, II, wie:4I/r': .. ;
e < and' nt|>ei. >le*, until KILLED ON ACCOUNT OF GIRL. | >TIL RtE W (:1.hL.", ..1. f"ur, .\ .esaeul... ,elf

Anti-fain 1-S1la. ... .. .. .. ,
n>r lieM.l..elre In rave 'tirf .ul!,.lantial family whl.kej. By -- --- -
: .> U $<<\\'INUI.Y. C< Koor full A .i.ir N xm TAZ 7i1i105ll
Father and Son Object to Daughter Ihe irallou iJ: ) 'iusrtl'KKIAin arYI'U'r OK ri no
j.nk AU Neb.
a,10 4, A nAoOII" I tl: p.... h.Xi1IE4K: U""'.1& Nr.'Ilu4 Ot' 1'I/Al'rlt' :>R.
Petra PIIU are sold by and Sister's Sweetheart. , .
/ -- - _
-- I.AWM OK YiJJIIII'As.Ne.I.b.t.I.err
/ i\ 4
o II cujirantew that .
Roanoke. Va. ::: After
July a joint
; .
c will. benefit. If It rurruuu nv: ..r 'U .4 ,..e..elalti Y ;i4tr
a1 N t'n your money. trial lasting one week, the jury In theca I IU 2t, Four full ru C..ws.any .roreba.r .' 1 .. ""...... vt
II the ti $2 qti 1
Newee ,
sold In bulk.i
b Co.. Hlkhart. Ind ..e-> of in. .\. IL Iloback *n.I his *on,'|) OLD KI:"'T'U-k t' 1010 U t,5 KXI'ltKSrt I'UKI'AIO I day tiM ttif: W .JuieertJfUiato,f :*.;*.:. .i I ,n N.i;' tow dated aUM tb..::

Fred lloback. chanced *IU 1 the murders warehouse. fine __ I M a.) "*i. ...d te ...... ape
Dir.ehum bonded . .,...... ... ,. .
.... .,'-- tar t.. e.t. a.e5da..
last winter of John It Ten .t: Kio> d, and oM Dy the gallon 13 UJ. 01.11 iiu.iTrii CLl'11ills: wltaIxrV.I.. ,....it .-ft '.11..ate ........_ ,... l.l-
Va.. late l last night returned verdict Inch ant mellow Ity.lhe ration '2.,1). Incise dn..t' '....... .u...,..1 is U.!_ #
T four full quart 13 25. cilia A._...... Ce1..ra4.a.. Wwiis"
foil |2 V>
Four "i." :
F THOMAS acquitting the elder llotxirk and nn4' ; i l Ill I I. if A II in t: c HL<< II a. lw,.s'eAd.1111.a..r.
EXi'Itiaa i'fII'Ali: U KXI-KKH.H I'KKI'AIII . ., .
: r n I.In.e.5.Ti' I". M. 1d-
lag Fred llaback guilty of man.luchter. ...... ..b1 .. ., ..1AtJ --.s. a* .... Ass. trterua
fixing his j> nl.hnnt .t elcbt /vb. .. u' .. " .*.. tM .... .a.w 0f
'T \\> handle all IhUwiiinir brand. ot Hyw aryl ''',urbo.. Whiskies' In th. mar'ket J W L..r
DTARIM CO.A years In the- penilentUry I and will save you from Si to Al p.r cent on |f"or iMirena***. tl.nd fur f rilitt .. Va.._ _..t r..,tr ese ahan b. r.......... P
I Jett * showing attention to a .'wdk.d Mr .w 151 .... wW. Isw. b. ..IIa.
and eatalo<plU' &lU.n: .. MA der .., A. A. larsl.
daughter of I>r. Hobark boao fa mlly COMPANY w.._ Mr un1MS. Mra.tele ..... _etAMthe
; AI. ul July A. tx
objected to the ruaKb and when .iwit. W.r.'IIUI '
the three! men mt. Jett drew a knife )tAt'UN.7A... Lad BlK11LNi11A11. I.,'. ( :4,5 LSr...?' wwkMa O. r'l.l.
/ T.INE OF I Id' .*.. ... ... CIle.YC1. UL O f fj k1
and young ll buk drew a pistol In ,
'-- -
SEW the fight Trrd Ilobark wa cut almoatto -
GOODS j !nIcn<< Ur ATYAa1IVNT: ,
death: ty Jett and Jett was shot by

for Fred Ilnbtrk, while the elder llooark : .QAIHESVILLE lOTTLINI WORKSPaw . la J.lu. r.f .... Pa ee C .IuaAaes r'.wrl. Teeth. lOaMll-f OIaIe1.att.r. .,.... +

struck Jett oa the bead. -. .,- use..,.a.t.-: .
Icy. J. If arey d f.at*.t Ia !> att&
14 5.Ls, Tombstones Jett died Immediately Fred tieback Sods! Iiltr ill FUion (Glaw lie. Box u4 etch Bur Cider Elf. ..'.. Yes N. a..b a..tIA..1 !*.,,:a wria ;: r
boverod between life as>4 death fee Paw ..._..... are .... (.wad a.rt d tar ..aI
Fences. __ Is 15..4.nta ..,.... __, .M IbeS ra.Ieda .
several motuh All U. parties are OA iE.ivl LLr. I )KID.A. m.l ,e._., aid ..... ...- ad en.Ins '"
Sc. Our Samples prominent (to this -.etlo.. I jI4 r..rjw for lam '..*.__ or' atol ...-.._ *-*-
wm. far &e-Wee. c- 4. tr iU...,. .... .... bas .wet M r.tws+d. More a ..W w ." ,... -v ..,.. 1M4J..1If w aa.t teer
-' ... wet. ,.V ...-.. -,.... .ald ."
1 of _n am 's arras $55 la der ..r .-....- Ala J:
fj r>cL U all aaatters laTtiv The family n e4icia' la pew. %ddaess be. ..,.... w ., be ....... -.L'
d wl home fcw: M .-Dr. Thcfc r's Lirer J' ,._._ -. _- r _..... ,_ .... eras aebt e _'tw tJ lie .IUW 'i..
sae *{etrP7Y 'glen ., .. .
ts..e- .... Se .e .-
: .t Blood Syrup.Advertise.. =! ri

I[Advertise in THE S Tta II" ass./ J.a.. It4 J. w a tT1R. ,,*'.lW.

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CITY AND Front Wedneaday'* Daily: Sun The Dean home corner Franklin [ Tam H. Cato of Alacham was among --- .

R OF Graham Long of Tioga was transacting and Fast Church streets, will be completed the vi itor to thi city yesterday. Mr.[ SOUTHERN BELL

business in this city yesterday.Mr. in about three weeks, should Cato states that crops are progressing

j COONTYGONDENSED and Mrs. S. K. Dupuis and children there. be nu further delay in receiving nicely in hi. section anal '*'' a result

of Alachua visited relatives in material. The work is being, done under the farmers are" happy. FORCE IS READY

this city yesterday. the supervision of Contractor C. E. Tie (Chopper Wantelieventy-tlv.s la
General Interest Gathered Whiting which is an a*urance. that it
of James Croxton of Micanopy to one hundred good tie Will
j county chopper; *' can Shortly Begin Constructionof 'i
will be ,
a tir, t-class Job. The house will ,
by Our Reporters. surveyor was in the city on official secure steady employment at 1 rentun
be two stories and will contain ten Good Long Distance Line.
business yesterday. pay Address }Prummotul .'*
rooms, with bath. It will be one of Flowers
ITEMS R. the Trenton Fla. :2t
T. Pickett lumber
SOCIAL manufac-
,NAL AND the mot modern homes in that section. ARE NOW WAITING
$ turer of Newberry was a business visitor II. M.tiherouse of :MicAtiopy. a )leading ON POLES
,. Vow huraalay'a Daily Aunt
'! Happened and What 'Is Going to Gainesville yesterday. manufacturer of that town wa in Some
J"a'( J. A. Strickland of Hague was trading the Delay Has Bean Caused in Arrival
I city on buine "
: :Mr.
'In Short Par"rmph" Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Thomas of Windsor yesterday.
,." Told in the city yesterday Sherouse of This Necessary and k
.,H*! were among those who favored the own and operates" H. sawmill Adjunct

.:.-.. That "He Who Runs May Read"kThtSun county capital with a visit yesterday.Mrs. Deputy Sheriff Thomas Harris of Antioch box and crate factory. as Soon as They Are Received Work r

was in town yesterday. Monroe Venable Will
of Begin.
| Joseph Hogan of High Springs mem 1

aday'a Daily Sun: spent yesterday in this city as the guestof Jesse I, Griffin of Jonesville was ber of the firm of Venable A I '''...arinIet J. M. Goodwin' superintendent of

"Tr of Archer spent Sunday trading in the city yesterday. >D. manufacturer of hunter and naval -
:.Wellt her mother Mrs. S. M." .ithenpoon.George .. construction of the Southern Hell Telephone -
in this city. House and lot stores op raturs. wa a business'
bh family Sinquefleld the progressive for sale in South and Telegraph Company, has

'Mis Dowling. aD estimable lady ofLUrthorn. young merchant of Kirkwood was Gainesville. Apply at Sun office. visitor to this city yesterday arrived in the city with his "gang"; and w

was shopping In the city transacting business in this city yesterday. M. S.triggers: of High Springs was R. I:. Letson of Newbern. N. C. who within the next day or two, at soon aa v,

dty. among the visitors to this city yester- formerly resided at Miraiuipy writes poles can be secured, expects to begin r

Wheeler Wilson sewing ma- W. F. Love of Jennings Lake passed terday.L. the editor of The Sun that he has just work on the long-distance line between
Jt" returned from Niagara Falls and this. city and Jacksonville.Mr.
Can .
tale at a bargain. Apply atSjanfflcf J. the naval
a for through the city yesterday en route to Pope, stores operatorof
I ads He
reports a delightful iioodwin
trip of the
. Ocala where he was summoned on Rochelle, was in the city on business most experienced -
J. P. Bauknight has made material and most valued employee '
Baker, the naval stores opera- business. yesterday
7.g. improvement of the sidewalk around of the construction department of 'hi.atr..at .
f of mpville, Is spending a short Joseph Kite and nephew Crockett Man wanted to log: small mill ; from
his properly on the corner of Union corporation lie has been for j
e BBS-lib hit family here. Kite, and George Dampier all of 5,000 to 10.0OO feet per day. Call on or
and East Main streets, occupied by .\. many years in its employ, working
H.A.Fnherof North Gainesville has Hague were among the visitors to this address J. H. Prater. Micanopy Fla. M. Poarnell A Son and the postoffic from the bottom up, and is regarded f''

itoCtmpville, where he will be en- yesterday. C. E. Melton of of the '
Micanopy. one Dudley Williams did the work very highly by the management of the

_i4tthis trade for the next week. Green Chat res and Edward F. Fisherof leading citizens of that town was K:. K. Kosborough of Wjndsor Southern Hell a.. a man who knows his

yn. W H. Lipscombe and daaghiht Old Town were in the city Mondayon transacting business in this city yes I a wholesale grocery' one.rnof representing Dusiiiess. lie ha. a force of about 00

North, where they exit business connected with terday.A. men here now and ,
n .. frone the United Jacksonville. was in the city for afew proposes at the earliest A,
to recuperate for the next few States land office.K. F. Scott! Stephen B. Cullen and hours yesterday. Friends of Mr. moment to ht"KinllP..r.Uon..

kiJohn. R. Turner of Roehelle the clever Charles )(. Dell of Hague; formed a Hodborotigh; will be glad to learn that There has been several delays In the *4

} McDonald[ of Melrose a prom- and efficient agentof the Atlantic CoastLine jolly trio of visitors to the county capi- he is making a great success a. a
it naval stores man of that see- at that point was in the city fora tal yesterday. traveler this long-distance lire, principal ri

rue a business visitor to this city few hours yesterday. Miss Mamie Beville. a charming :Mr and :\lrll. OV.. Brumley and among which has been the baying of ;
the right uf and the ..
erdtjr, A. Lindsay of Jennings Lake is young lady of Bushnell is in the city son and Mine Annie Cannon left yesterday way securing

J.P. Hull of Keddiek was in the in the city on a brief visit to friends on a visit to Miss Bessie Bunch. S. Ar- for Princess Anne. :Mil, where poles. The right-of-way has been parchased -

;tertlay Mr. Hull! is favorably Mr. Lindsay is engaged in the photo- redondo street. they expect to spend( the remainder of aa has far been as Htarke. however and .
a contract Ut for
poles. The
i .ris.d[ with (Gainesville and thinks graphic business!!!! at Jennings Lake. Miss Nellie Reeves, a charming the summer recuperating It is nut first poles will not be delivered' before ,

uily of locating here. lion I:. B Weeks of Hawthorn, young lady of Micaoopy: wn among because of the heat that they sire leaving the latter (part of the present week

'HIM** Anna and Gladys Taylor have chairman of the Board of Public Instruction those who came to Gainesville yester- but they desire to visit their! old when. the gang will' | at once beglu the <

oro-d from Heddiok, where they of Alachua county, was transacting uay on a shopping expedition home, and this is the season when Mr.Brumley coiifttruclioii. It is calculated that by ;

ye !b to..n on a visit to their Rrand- business in this city yesterday Frank I It, Irwin of Fairbanks a proI can best afford to leave. tin time the ntriiction department ills

ber, Mrs. S. A. Robinson I r gressive merchant and all ronnel good Ticket Agent; Robarts of the, Atlantic
H. S. Stalls, who left Alachua county. ; covers tin right' >of-way already ..,

b Fnendiof Dr. W. H. Sibley. whobeen some! months ago to locate at Istachat- citizen of that place was transacting Coast Line, Alaohus, was In the cured full arrangements will have

i sick with fever for the past ta. has returned to Gainesville Same business in Gainesville yesterday. city yesterday. It is understood! that been .matlt. ) to complete the work toJacksonville

weeks*. will be glad to learn that old story, "The re's no place like home." Capt. W :)l. Budd. stock claim agentof Mr. Kobarls will !soon resign' his | oal- connecting with the oat-

t improving lie expects soon to Great Bargain*-Two full outfits, the Atlantic Coast Line with headquarters tion and enter the mercantile businessat side world

.i North for a trip of recreation. complete one large and one small in St. Petersburg, was in the Alachua. as lie. has great confidence An has already been staledM

fluted-Lady or gentleman of fair shingle mill with boilers engines, city on official business yesterday.On in that town, which has enjoyed' a re. Southern Itellldoes( nut tin things halfway

f [.Joeition to travel for firm of $2l O.000 shafting pulleys, etc, at a sacrifice account of 111 health Dr. W. H. I markable growth within. the past two They use only the best of ma '

apical. .salary $1,072 ; years He is a clever young man, and terlala. and have a man regularly''
per year pay- Geo. W. Moyers Gainesville Fla.F. Sibley will sell his family horse, and

Ie weekly Expenses advanced. J. Holder of Santa Fe, who has also rent hi. office rooms furnished. will no doubt enjoy a thus trade. employed fur no other duty than to Inspect

Jd4lfu Oo. (I. Clows. Gainesville. been attending college In New Haven, Enquire of "'. H. Palmer dfiwl.W Salesmen Wanted.-Three salesmen the poles as they are delivered
fig for our new County If these poles du not the ?
Township and route up to
Conn., is spending his vacation at D Seigler of Waldo.. in town "
Xr.ind Mrt. .1. K. Abram. and chll- home. lie expects to remain here un yesterday and made The Sun a pleasant I Railroad Survey of Florida. This survey standard they are refused. as they ar*

tna hue returned from Tennessee, til August. Mr. Holder's friends are callIr.. Heigler Is one of the oldest Is a splendid compilation of facts, placed for lasting purposes. Nothlaff*

Wrs. they have been spending the glad to welcome him again established and most successful figures and drawing and of wonderful but copper wire of the best qual4ty ,

...I few weeks. Friends of Mr. Absms merchants of Waldo.NEW value Counties and towns fully indexed used and allfother appurt.nane.. KM
i will be The Gainesviilejunlor baseball team and population of each I. given In .
pleased to learn that he
. . .
went to High Springs whereIn -- -- -- -- -- -- --- --- '-' - --
Ine" much improved in health. yesterday ; railroads plainly shown and distances
i the afternoon they crossed bats between stations is shown WILLEFOHO ENTEMTAINMCNT. r.
1.T Stokes and L. J. Knight of La- YORK ;
with the boys of that town for the congressional districts outlined numbered
i i were among the business visitors championship. The score was four to and population. Other featurestoo Ice Cream Supper and Tableau Presented '

itkii yesterday., They the for Church Oen." .
report .
three in favor of Gainesville.
l. numerous mention, A splendid
rose RACKET.Cheapest
| section
Hi hu. prosperous. ConHi Notice Is hereby given that t will not opportunity to energetic m.n. RAIM, Th. people of WllUford psriI. pal dIn

mare been good, and the farmanti'patioJt be responsible for any debts contracted McNt.f.r A Co., Chicago. an lee areani supper and tableau' Jy

ithrirflelds. profitable yields by my wife :Mrs. Annie E. Bailey Fr. to All Our Habeerlbers. entertainment on the evening of Friday ;

and persons crediting her or trading (treat American Farmer. Indianapolis, the ?31stinst., which was given for

Mr and Mn (I. W Peacock of Haw- with her. do so at their. own risk Store on Earth. Indiana the leadlus agricultural Journal the benstU of the Sunday school sad {R

|lore were among those who favored JAMES 8. BAILEY, Newberry. Fla.. of the nation edited by an able which wa|lsrg.ly .u.D&t.d.nd proved"1 a

""ill* with a visit yesterday.'a. Julr 7th. 1906. corps of writers. The American Farmer a great success, both financially sad it
&\",. Mr Peacock had from of attendance.
big name W. It. Holder formerly of this city I. the only literary farm journal standpoint

M upon the subscription list of but for the past few month. traveling published. It fills a position of Its own Th. meeting was opened with prayer tr,
Sun, as he said he wanted by lie v. Thomas, after which several .
to keep representative of the Bsggsr Shoe and has taken the leading place In the ,/
t1 the !l.tcal happening of the homes of rural people in ..etio striking tableaux wr rendered by tbs>/ f.
4IJ H House, Charleston S. C.. has been in every a
i i. a tircessful f ladies of th* uelghborhoodA '
cros.-.tie young ,
con- the city for the past two day workingthe of the United States. It gives" the
rand farmer of that section trade and greeting old friends. Mr. farmer and his family. something to U Master. sald as slag man*

1t Franeii II Craighill of Holy Holder's success has been remarkablein think about ..id. from the humdrumof age?. and proved lo In mo.t. sornprtenfc
bail, In that tin.,
has returned from a his new avocation and he I. de.Un..Jto routine duties Every issue eoa-
111'a l 'using at Washington, Hal- become a most successful salesman. Ulna an original' poem by Holon I.. In all I. Hi* affair was unit. a .no.... ,F.

.* IMl.b.irand other (Hood. For the nest thirty days and those prevent had a big 'Ir.... '
point. we
h. };. I.. Johnson of the firm of Hmlth
been "" hi. annual vacation offer two for the price of on.t The
A Johnson cotton buyers, ginners and THE COTTON CHOP.
r.p ''rr.
t it h. T..e.\\.k Suns the leadlus
never had a more county
dealers in fertiti/ers. Hawthorn was
)Jt .
trop, Mrs pspW. and The ;
04r.' Craighill and in town yesterday and made The Hunan American Farmer, both Mutt Hat 8.t in. But I. Not See
yet. in Tenn...... where agreeable call. This lirra are quiteextensive one year fur II. Thl. unparalleled, and a Fair Yield a.-p.eled.
Irtj?; et a, remain until October. offer Is made to all new subscriber, PYt y\...
I 1 .. growers of S;... island cotton Mom' farmers front the northern sa4s i <
WATCH THIS STACK and all old who
ones all
K pay arrears
i-rof up
ao' Newnansville was and report that they will commencepicking northwestern ...cliuu.! of lite Cosa 'C'; .
' and renew within thirty' days, Hampl
Trrday. He came for on next Monday. The plant U that I. .laauction.
.. state rust prevalent ......'
'JP' ',' '"' l nting a bond forrder : but that It l. not s. ..;
a'h.. vere,;.. :.
s.. r large yield I I. nut encouraging i roi: ANINTKKKSTI.VC Oain-svlll. i'la.Had .
Ld r 6i..on. S. slaughter : very little !1ft.. lo ">* crop will .......,.j. ,

b. of Lou See.ioa..1! a Big T irn.. The plant ia o!..,,in* rapidlyand ..*.? :

"tt "'u f -r l1.r.lQ. and was good ; REAl THIS. growers will I..KIM picking In a '-11" >r;
'I .. In of the fact I : ; Mount Vernon Loge' No, .*J. Knights' I
that it .
.. il a r :/
f T .ekno..I. Ked. Mr. I'M Y ok. Tm\\ June I. l I"' )l. of I'ythia. fiad, a bill tiiti at h. lo.jies.i.. a'. that the yield' will be f j1

r r. rn...l to Newnaosvillef IT. K. W. (tall. :at uiMo -l ear ANNoL"EsfENT. ulsr weekly. meeting Tuesday .".' r..1 aUt; the lassie *. .la.t year with s ''ftellhI \,,

... having the defect Sir I hate .uvered.ryeral fear from : the occasion being fresurnnts I ....r..a.. in .4r..g.. The* foe.tlnu y y'il '
kidney and bladder trouble and have smoker, after th. regular ....Ic.n of I .
dr'rath during the early .a...
hr' tried a number of pr"J.autlQIbnt th. loge. at which the Rank of K:..1!
(dwn| of Rex will men hula Irucl.pfy lo .*, the *rof>
n. can truthfully say that noihinv has quire was conferred upon on. r...dl. I .. G
an | !
that he I. ill "< > some eitent.
"q r very proved .o effective a* Jour Texas \You- date. I r
; >-tratlon and that he
der which I can truthfully recom there were a number tlI visitors$ .1' North Oalneawille/
t<) lit.. Notes.
; Col. J )(.
tin mend. OKUV.. <.'LAt.'.sxaA ", this mwtlsis, l ra s.y noihlbjr ef If.. tA
kta ty I and W )l. JUiteh of A Her spending a week In Kurt
.- members "f the lodg. with the r..o.t;
J in the t
k '. city yesterday TEXAS WONDER. that Ita.. on* of Ih1.|1.....i ..th.,- Loog.l .
l Ise, W. W.
reporting hi. eondi- Mooaly and wife |.fi for
ILIt. of tk. order sine th. la.t &!... I
r -s + 'tended by hU brotht On. small b .ttle of the Texas Won- net ,...U.. h.rAt Live Oak to spend a while nl Dow I log's)

'- Tlshas' and Mard d.,. Hall's Great Ili i..ecn.r, cure all Park.Vin.
s I the erase of the !..)<. r.fr.*ri.naeols .
<,> and hU slst.r.' Stn.t ki4tn y and bladder trouble, wmoY" ... George has grin. to Ja k.onvlll -
f Ward of lee cream end e.k. w
City gravel, eD,.. diabetes. seminal emissions t'. atlrMi she Ma.**y HustoaCollrg *
S served. fallow by C". esgar." 1)ur1.gthis
r., formerly of ..lfie.b. .- weak and lam backs, rrtun&a- *. If* U a very worthy yoas FTjs
purl of Ifc. program m.(., ..j..,...
M r. .. be.n for J..". Is lists aDd all irr.culantie. of ia. aJawys tnmn and : in Is wish him .ss.s.. -'
c **. were m4 .... ti,* Koui of the
.r, u :-*! Petersburg 11,., wad bladder la both men and |I Th* H* ocxJ Advent Christian> r4JJ '
order and the visitors ,.
.. ?5' The Han sent to his resjulat bladder troable la amon* spsafcK ., I hold
.. women I Ieblldreo. peel ** nstlngs came Its s M
t s . wee. W. l>u or Hljtb, speteg.I4rdg. .
< that It is desire. tow If not sold by your dru,>... i ring August, KMsr BulUr
"MtN'4111' thread a.aA.110'
the home news sad will be sat by mail oe receipt of $1.1 In th* ra.etla .A be r.tl
It 0 S. eel Prof, Arthur WUIUme of TaJU t la. u +
'I. ** the only' medians One small bottle M two moot"' tral- I' II I rE II n M OiddlagsV* Improvt pk'
.4 fca-.. a4 J II Off. .f Ws4s.
was IU,. of getting meal and seldom fails to p.rfe.t. with a sew fei d'rrm.. f

s ..... with 84. Pels Dr. Ernest W. Half.eo&&. asaa* PJIICTSKS' COKXEK Tls..eesmltt..of 'rall ... sad Dr, Moose y) nd Mass
1:4: a that tows oo a teak,,... P. O. box 03: >. 01. toots. K.ai'ai'ean to wtosja lb. ,JCjw ..... a Iadebtdd. U. U mg vl as a ,
t y +o R'oISL' ..... for tevtiastacUaJ 0oti. by .r. L O. LWtt y JI.>d.

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